Meticulously kept, this 1 bedroom, 1 bathroom residence comprising of 750 sq ft reveals its rich history in its high beamed ceilings, original detailed wood floors, large-scaled rooms, and open layout. An elegant welcoming foyer with a large closet leads to the grand living/dining room that flows to an open windowed kitchen. The bedroom features beamed ceilings that honor its Art Deco heritage. The expansive bathroom also has a window. Ideal proportions imbue this residence with timeless elegance. Built in 1924 by renowned Art Deco architect Charles B Meyers this iconic landmark building was originally the prestigious Brace Bridge Hotel and is said to be the home of many of the original Brooklyn Dodgers. Much of the original details remain, including the beautiful limestone cornices and the magnificent marble lobby with its brass handrails, elegant archways, Art Deco elevator doors, and coffered ceiling. There is a live-in super, part-time doorman, new laundry room, bike storage, and private storage (upon availability). You‘re in the heart of Prospect Park South, the B/Q train is on the next block (only 4 stops to Manhattan). The Parade Ground is down the street, with its endless recreational activities including horse stables, basketball courts, and sports classes. Brooklyn Botanic Garden and Prospect Park are both a short stroll away with miles of running and cycling trails, a newly renovated 32,000 sq ft skating rink, playgrounds, and tennis courts.