Perched high above Prospect Park, in Park Slope's premier and most sought after white glove residence, this sprawling corner classic six-room home offers more than extraordinary views, it offers rarely found luxury pre-war aesthetics. The architect, Emery Roth, who designed many of New York City's most famous and coveted buildings, including the Beresford, the Eldorado , the San Remo and the Hotel St. Moritz, crafted this original co-op in 1928, to offer the discriminating buyer the unmatched comfort and amenities one expects in the top tier of NYC residential real estate. The hallmark of Roth's ingenious design is a central entrance gallery that leads you to all of the major rooms including the oversized living room with its wood burning fireplace and endless commanding views of Frederick Olmstead's masterpiece, Prospect Park, and beyond. The spacious formal dining room offers wide Manhattan skyline views, and the apartments' sixteen windows, three exposures and strategically placed French doors provide fabulous light throughout the day. There are two well-sized bedrooms with massive closets and classic en-suite bathrooms which overlook Prospect Park, and a third bedroom, with a half bath which could double as a home office. If required a fourth full-sized bedroom could easily be added utilizing a portion of the formal dining room. The well appointed windowed gourmet kitchen is generously sized and flows into a large dining/family area. There is a washer dryer in the unit, many large sized walk in closets, herringbone and hardwood floors throughout, pre-war details, plus a locked basement storage space, bike room and the areas most attentive full time staff. Whether you are upsizing or downsizing, this house sized home in the sky is the perfect no compromise choice. Ideally situated with Prospect Park at your doorstep, easy access to public transportation, and nearby local public and private schools that service our community. The weekend Greenmarket at Grand Army Plaza, Brooklyn Public Library, Brooklyn Botanic Gardens, Brooklyn Museum of Art and all of the shops and restaurants that make Park Slope the desirable location that it is are all just minutes away. Sorry, no dogs. All showings by appointment only.