Welcome to 222 Kane Street, a stunning four-bedroom townhouse where classic bones and modern updates create a comfortable, contemporary quality of life in coveted Cobble Hill. This gorgeous brownstone can be entered up the classic stoop on the parlor level where full-floor formal living and dining rooms are surrounded by north and south exposures, a stately gas fireplace and floor-to-ceiling built-ins. Classic millwork accents the soaring ceilings, and diagonal inlaid hardwood floors recall the bespoke opulence of a bygone age. A delightful rear study with garden views completes the parlor floor. Downstairs, the garden level dazzles with a spectacular chef's kitchen outfitted with sleek glass-front upper cabinets, stone countertops and stainless steel appliances, including a French door refrigerator, gas range, dishwasher and built-in microwave. Enjoy casual gatherings in the adjacent family room with a convenient half-bath within easy reach, or head out to the lovely south-facing garden to barbecue or just enjoy the sun, where pavers and brick planters provide a pleasant respite from the city. The master suite commands the third floor and boasts three large closets, a gas fireplace and an en suite bathroom. There's another small bedroom on this level, and above, the skylit fourth floor features two more bedrooms and a second full bathroom. Outstanding storage is yours in the open cellar, where you'll also find a full sized washer-dryer, and central air provides year-round comfort in this exceptional Cobble Hill brownstone. Situated within the Cobble Hill Historic District, 222 Kane Street is part of a delightful, block-long row of simplified 1849 Italianate brownstones featuring twin stoops and rounded doorways contrasted with pediment rooflines. Here, you're just inches from fantastic dining, nightlife and shopping along Atlantic Avenue and Smith and Court streets. Enjoy acres of waterfront outdoor space at Brooklyn Bridge Park or nearby Cobble Hill Park. Transportation is effortless with F, G, R, 2/3, 4/5 and A/C trains and the Brooklyn Bridge Park Pier 6/Atlantic Avenue Ferry Terminal all within reach.