Circa 1899, this grand two-family brownstone is ideally set on a beautiful landmark tree-lined street in the historic Bedford-Stuyvesant section of Brooklyn. Currently configured as a double duplex, the property features a parlor floor dining area with original details preserved including fireplaces, pocket-doors, double-door entry, medallions, molding, fretwork, wainscoting and hardwood floors. With high ceilings throughout the home, the ample spaced owner's unit also features high ceilings, a large eat-in kitchen, two spacious bedrooms with generous closet space and two full baths. The owner exclusively has use of the partially finished basement and access to the enormous backyard that features a raised garden. The structure is R6B-C2-4 zoned at approximately 3,420 square feet of residential space with a maximum usable space of 4,852 square feet on a lot size of 2,426 square feet, approximately 19 x 127.67. This classic home also includes a rental income opportunity with a duplex unit located on the third and fourth floors. The upper portion of the home includes four huge bedrooms and two large baths. Located within close proximity to public transportation near the Ralph Avenue (A, C) and Halsey Street (J) subway stations, this property is perfect for anyone looking to call Bed-Stuy home. This vibrant neighborhood is also close to a commercial thoroughfare, nearby playgrounds and green spaces, eateries, and shops.