Built in 1882, 482 Ninth Street is a beautiful Neo-Grec brownstone located on a tree-lined landmarked block in the heart of Park Slope, close to Prospect Park. This warm and inviting home was constructed with the grandeur, craftsmanship, and attention to detail of a bygone era. Much of the original detail is intact, including four fireplace mantles, exquisite doors with intricately carved wood surrounds, elegantly incised brass fittings, crown moldings, parquet floors, perfectly intact oak shutters, and a gorgeous staircase. The inside foyer door showcases a stunning frosted and etched glass panel which must be seen to be believed. The front parlor features a beautiful fireplace mantle with four original oil paintings of Prospect Park. Perfectly preserved pocket doors slide smoothly on their tracks as if they were installed yesterday. The parlor floor kitchen is graced with light from two sides, and awaits your custom touch. This legal two-family home contains five bedrooms and three and a half baths; it could be easily converted back to its original single family-use. Downstairs an English basement has separate entrances front and back. It runs the full length of the house and provides lots of room for recreation, storage, and other uses. The backyard faces south and is a sunny and tranquil refuge from the bustle of the City. The lot measures about 83 feet deep plus an elegant enclosed front garden about 15 feet deep, which sets the house back from the street nicely, and provides a total front to back depth of almost 100 feet. The F & G trains are less than half a block away for a short commute to Manhattan and the rest of Brooklyn. The best of Park Slopes restaurants, boutiques, and amenities are all close by. Come see this historic gem and make it your own.