Rarely available, Boerum Hill Historic District, single-family row house. Excellent condition, lovingly un-renovated, and ready for reimagining. Retaining all of the original charm that has made these homes the most sought after in one of Brooklyn's most sought-after locations, an opportunity to create a home uniquely yours. Three stories, plus a cellar, three bedrooms, one and a half baths, a home of brick and stone, erected in c1874, and attributed to architect/builder Benjamin T. Robbins for Helen Martense. Italianate in style, encompassing three bays, with some alterations done prior to c.1938, one of which is a reimagined stoop with masonry walls. A standout today, with a gentle faade, in contrast to the red brick row houses of the block. The entrance is classic. The original double-leaf wood and glass door with transom is perfectly intact. Exquisite light, with Northern and Southern exposures, ensures that your gated front garden and the serene private rear are bathed in sunlight. The enormous six-pane windows of the parlor floor hint at the ceiling height within. The marble mantle and pristine tin ceiling of this level's double parlors remain gloriously intact. The garden level retains the original design, with a front-facing dining room, the second of the home's fireplaces, and the historic brick "cellar kitchen" at the rear. Through a Dutch Door, your kitchen overlooks a garden ready for planting. The top floor features three bedrooms, the primary spanning the width of the home, two additional rear-facing bedrooms, and a skylit center bath. Perched between Bond and Nevins Streets, a stone's throw from Barclay's Center, and nearby to all, this is truly a must-see property.