Historic, brick Gothic-Victorian house in the Warren Place Mews…located on a garden path between Warren and Baltic Streets.In 1878, the Warren Place Mews was built as cottages for workingmen and their families by the philanthropist Alfred Tredway White. In 2013, The Landmarked Mews Houses are highly coveted single family townhomes. Walk out the front door each morning to the garden of Warren Place or the back door to your outdoor patio. The center staircase allots for six great rooms on three floors with decorative fireplaces and hardwood floors. The top floor has a master bedroom, a smaller second bedroom and a full bathroom. The Parlor floor or middle level has a double Parlor layout or can be set up as a third bedroom and a den. The lower garden level has a full dining room and a charming kitchen that leads to the outdoor patio. Warren Place is closest to the F and G. And a short walk to the 2 and 3, the R, D and B, and the 4, 5, 6. Close to wonderful restaurants and cinemas, and is located in one of the most charming brownstone neighborhood in Brooklyn. Steps from the new Brooklyn Bridge Park and fantastic public and private schools!