Welcome to the magnificent 198 Saint Johns Place. Built in 1876, by Brooklyn owner-builder Samuel Henry, this mansion is among the earliest Neo-Grec brownstones in the area. This landmarked home is 21 feet wide and 50 feet deep allowing for 4,296sf of beautifully proportioned rooms. The home is highly detailed throughout with gorgeous parquet floors, stunning pier mirrors, intricate mantels and charming pocket doors. The garden level has a 26 foot long living room, kitchen, bedroom and bath. The exquisite parlor floor, with its magnificent details and soaring ceilings, boasts two formal parlors, bath and sunny rear deck. The upper two floors have a living/dining room, kitchen, five bedrooms and two full baths. This brownstone is located steps to Prospect Park, the Brooklyn Museum, Brooklyn Botanic Garden and the 2/3/Q/B subway lines. This graceful home is waiting for your special touch.