This glorious two-family, 20-ft.-wide townhouse sits just off Prospect Park on a delightful tree-lined block in Windsor Terrace. Standing three stories, the house is replete with restored architectural detail pocket doors, parquet floors, built-in closets, pier mirror, tin ceilings, fireplaces and has been modernized with a renovated kitchen, baths and two-zone central air. From the main entrance up the stoop, then through the foyer, youll enter a large living room with a triple bay window that casts light deep into the room. A center parlor serves well as a den, study or tv room. If time spent in the kitchen is your jam, this one will be a pleasure! Flooded with sunlight and graciously proportioned, its been remodeled to include a large island and breakfast bar, tall cherry cabinets, a Sub-Zero fridge with cherry panel, Bosch dishwasher and a walk-in pantry. A deck accessed through a glass door is large enough for container planting, grilling, sipping morning coffee or evening cordials -- or even swinging on your hammock, easily hung from secured hardware! A coat closet and powder room are conveniently located on this floor, as well. Upstairs are four bedrooms (one with a built-in loft bed), two full baths, a laundry room with sink, and four skylights that shed light all through the day. The master bedroom has a walk-in closet and an en-suite bath with tumbled marble. One of the great surprises of this house is the garden, carefully curated for year-round beauty with an ornamental cherry tree, witch hazel with lovely winter blooms, and a variety of medicinal and cooking herbs. The street-level apartment has its own entrance, and while its currently configured as an office suite, it could easily revert to a large rental apartment or easily joined into a single-family home. The cellar has great ceiling height and well-maintained mechanicals (Weil Mclean boiler and AO Smith hot-water heater). Well situated near the F train and P.S. 154, this house has been lovingly restored and cared for and is ready for its next owners. Is that YOU?