On the border of Park Slope is Windsor Terrace, which features some of the most spectacular houses on the market today! Welcome to 544A 16th Street, where contemporary modern luxury meshes seamlessly with exquisitely restored Arts & Crafts architecture. With nearly 2,500 SQ FT of living space, this 3-story, single-family, 4 bedroom, 2.5 bath home, completely renovated by Baxt-Ingui, is not to be missed! Walk up the stoop through double glass doors (custom replicas of the 1917 originals), and you will be standing in the lovely, glass-enclosed sunroom. Open the front door and, take in the expansive, light-filled living room with decorative fireplace, and impeccably restored original details, including parquet floors and oak beams. Past the living room is the large, sunny dining room with beautifully restored pocket doors. Push open the stained glass door and you will find a glorious chefs kitchen with wide-plank oak floors, granite counters, and stainless steel appliances including Samsung refrigerator and chefs stove, microwave, dishwasher and a lovely marbled powder room. Enjoy morning coffee on your tranquil deck off the kitchen or entertain friends in the serene landscaped garden. On the second floor are three large bedrooms: the master has his and her custom cherry closets; the other two bedrooms have built-in maple cabinetry. The spa-inspired bathroom is replete with floor-to-ceiling marble, steam shower, imported cast iron claw foot tub, and a stained glass skylight. On the garden level, you will find a spacious recreation room, another large bedroom, a second full-bath, a massive walk-in closet, and a large laundry room with floor-to-ceiling custom oak cabinets lining the wall. This sunny south-facing house, flooded with light, is in pristine condition with tons of storage space, central air conditioning, ceiling fans, stained glass, impeccably restored wood work, and new casement windows that when opened, offer a gentle, refreshing cross breeze from every room in the house. Located on picturesque 16th Street between 10th and 11th Avenues, you are one block from Prospect Park and three blocks from the 15th Street F/G subway station.. Available September 1st.