A historic 1880s home, meticulously preserved, and perfectly located on Garfield Place in Park Slope. This 20' wide townhouse is a true classic, with many original details still intact. A recent modernization was overseen by the acclaimed designers Roman and Williams. Details include: - an open double parlor with 10’+/- ceilings. - original shutters - beautiful plaster cornices and medallions - original aged pine floors - 7 restored limestone mantels Laid out over 4 floors plus a built-out cellar and sunny backyard, the home is packed with elegant charm. - Chef’s kitchen with separate butler’s pantry, open to a casual dining nook with built-in seating over a gracious bay window. - A quiet landscaped, irrigated, Southern facing garden with mature plantings, accessible from the parlor and garden floors. - A primary bedroom floor replete with a separate sitting/dressing room that opens to a large private terrace. - Two large secondary bedrooms with ample closet space and a full marble bathroom. - The garden floor easily functions as a separate apartment, with a spacious bedroom and classic subway tiled bathroom; additional home office/bedroom and open plan kitchen into the living and dining area. - Last used as a recording studio, the 800 sf cellar is soundproofed and could serve as a media room, wine storage or home gym. Located in the heart of Park Slope, two blocks from Prospect Park, 178 Garfield is a stone’s throw from the finest amenities Brooklyn has to offer including cultural institutions such as Brooklyn Museum and Barclay's Center, and local favorites like Fjord Fish, Un Posto Italiano, Haenyeo, and Masalawala and Sons.