Townhouse living within a cooperative building aptly describes unit 1H and the expansive feel of its 1,100 square feet of living space. The home is arranged as a reverse-duplex with living space on the first floor and two bedrooms on the lower, garden level. Upon entering the foyer and passing the coat closet, you are greeted by an open, modern kitchen, which was recently renovated and outfitted with clean, white cabinetry, stainless steel appliances and breakfast bar seating. Just past the kitchen, this floor also boasts a grand stairway down to the lower level with a double height exposure exuding a lofty openness, a full bathroom and a spacious, combination living and dining area. The living area accesses the deck, one of two private, outdoor spaces which the home enjoys. The garden level features two, comfortably queen size bedrooms with an abundance of storage including bedroom closets, linen closet and built-in storage under the stairs. A second, full bathroom is also located on the lower level, as well as the private patio. Please note that although the unit is comfortably used as a two bedroom with both windows and closets, the offering plan recognizes this unit as a studio given the location of the bedrooms partially below grade. The cooperative located at 375 Lincoln Place in Prospect Heights, is 100% owner-occupied and was established in 1988. The building is comprised of 39 units with several amenities including a state-of-the-art gym, common roof deck with herb garden, bike storage, laundry on every floor and a friendly community of residents. The building has a flexible sublet policy, strong financials and an excellent location near to the Brooklyn Museum, Brooklyn Public Library, Brooklyn Botanic Garden and Prospect Park, to name just a few. Public transportation options abound with access to the 2, 3, 4 and 5 trains. Look no further if your dream is a townhouse feel without the townhouse price.