Coveted for its proximity to Prospect Park, bucolic double courtyard, and exemplary Art Deco details, this home will not be available long. The home has a nice flowing layout with westerly light that drenches it most of the day. The gracious foyer features built in shelves and doorway arches. There are hardwood floors throughout. From your fifth-floor perch you will look west, over the "slope" of Park Slope and amazing sunsets. The updated kitchen features a spacious windowed room with Corian countertops, stainless steel appliances, Bosch dishwasher and stove, and a large, side-by-side, Jenn-Air refrigerator. Pantry closet has original built-in cabinets. The massive bedroom is large enough for your king size bed and still accommodates additional furniture. You will enjoy un-obstructed views of the Manhattan skyline from bed. The windows have a unique, steel-frame casement for the art deco touch. The generously sized living room offers full flexibility for furnishing as both living and dining rooms. A bonus is that the owner installed ceiling fans throughout the apartment. The spacious bathroom has original art deco fixtures including an enormous tub and a pedestal sink. There are a total of five closets in the apartment highlighting a massive walk-in closet that some neighbors have converted into a home office space. This pet friendly building is conveniently located just a block from Prospect Park where you and your dog can participate in FIDO's activities in NYC largest off leash community. Frequent the year-round farmer's market on Saturdays, explore the 585 acres of Brooklyn's big backyard. There is easy access to shopping and dining on 7th Avenue, the 2/3 trains at Grand Army Plaza and the B/Q trains at 7th Avenue. There is a Citi bike station right on the corner of Garfield Place and 8th Ave. See for yourself, why this is one of Park Slope's favorite buildings.