Exceptional three bedroom, turnkey, home on the border of Prospect Heights and Crown Heights with on-site parking currently available for $150/mo. Bask in the sun-filled living area with modern whitewashed oak floors, open lofty high ceilings, and a gentle cross-breeze from north/south exposures. Immaculately renovated by an acclaimed architect, the contemporary kitchen features solid corian counters and tumbled marble wall tiles that add a natural, buffed look. Expansive modern cabinetry and a discreetly hidden high-end Bosch home appliance package compliments the modern feel of the kitchen, which opens up to the living area. All three bedrooms have tall windows and lovely daylight. The bathroom includes a soaking bathtub with a rainfall shower and floor-to-ceiling glass tiles with grey marble floors. This liberal, pet friendly, elevator cooperative is located on a quiet tree-lined block and allows for a 10% downpayment and subletting. The maint includes taxes, heat & hot water, a full time super and porter. Additional building amenities include laundry on the ground floor, a bike room, keyless entry, a voice intercom, an elevator and gated parking. There are two communal areas - a lovely potters garden and a beautifully landscaped courtyard for BBQs and events. After a relaxing day in Prospect Park or the Botanic Gardens, just 5 blocks away, enjoy the Prospect Height's trendy restaurants and bars. Authentic cuisines which range from Vietnamese, to Italian, to Mexican, are all within a stone's throw of your apartment. Brunch reigns supreme in this neighborhood, from old-school diners to diverse upscale options. Nearby culinary destinations include Olmstead, Chuko Ramen, Ample Hills Creamery, Bearded Lady, Ogliastro and Tom's Restaurant. There are so many wonderful spots with gardens, museums, events, eateries and a wide range of playgrounds, all at your fingertips. Conveniently located near the 2, 3, B, Q, C, and S trains -- it is a quick and easy commute into Manhattan. The property is nearby "Cultural Row" with the Botanic Gradens, Brooklyn Museum, Brooklyn Main Library and Grand Army Plaza (the home of Brooklyn's flagship Greenmarket every weekend).