Extraordinary 1892 historic townhouse in Prime Stuyvesant Heights that has only been called home to a few families, including the original builder of the block, Walter F. Clayton and which has been featured on many house tours. As you enter this stately 4,296 square foot home (which has southern exposures), you are quickly taken back to a time of elegance and grace, and captivated by the many details including: original entry doors, high ceilings, gorgeous plaster very ornate moldings, original bronze chandeliers, wood throughout, beautiful staircase, parquet flooring throughout, pocket doors on the garden level, a full bath on the garden level, wainscotting that travels high-up the wall of the study meeting a rare elephant skin wall covering, a double set of grand pocket doors on the parlor level, stained-glass transom windows, 6 original mantles (4 of which are functional in clean gas), working dumb-waiter, four story laundry-shoot, original intercom, original wooden encased ice-box, oversized windows, original shutters, built-in oversized mirror in front parlor, built-in bookcase, built-in cabinets and a wonderful garden. The home has two bedrooms on the third-floor that are connected by the original dressing area with built-ins with pocket-door, one full bath and an oval stained-glass window. The fourth floor showcases an additional three bedrooms, (adjoined by the original dressing area with built-ins) a full bath and a kitchen that can easily be transformed into an office or a sixth bedroom. There is also an additional set of stairs leading to the roof which is also very rare and helps with anyone wanting to creating a roof deck. At 99 Bainbridge Street you can enjoy the classic serenity of brownstone living and at the same time experience the energy of a culturally diverse community with excellent dinning-establishments, cafes and lounges. Near-by subways include the A and the C lines at the Utica Ave station with a very quick commute into Manhattan. This is truly the opportunity of a lifetime!