Offering a private terrace for the outdoor lovers and a long list of fantastic amenities, this updated junior two-bedroom, one bathroom home is a stylish oasis in the heart of Brooklyn. Thoroughly updated from top to bottom, this 987 square foot home offers tasteful living space and fine finishes throughout. The extra large foyer and expansive living room provide a generous footprint for spacious seating and dining areas paved in 2-inch strip hardwood flooring and topped by tall ceilings. Chefs will love the epicurean styled kitchen where beige quartz countertops and gloss lacquer cabinetry surround top notch appliances, including a gas range, French door refrigerator, dishwasher, wine refrigerator and built-in microwave. The coveted split bedroom layout places bedrooms at opposite sides of the home: the king size bedroom features two large closets, and the second bedroom boasts a Murphy bed, abundant built in storage and access to the home's glorious private terrace. In the gorgeous full bathroom, you'll find floor to ceiling travertine tile and marble floors, and the home's five total closets, including a walk-in, easily attend to wardrobe and storage. The Philip Howard Apartments is a postwar luxury building converted to cooperative use in 1984. On site, you'll find the 5,000 square foot Valentine Museum of Art (VMoA) featuring stunning works collected over three decades by Michael Valentine, a former Philip Howard resident. The full service elevator building also offers 24-hour doorman and security, live-in superintendent, two laundry rooms, a playground and garden, Olympic swimming pool and kids' pool, personal storage (currently waitlisted), underground parking garage (currently waitlisted) and a bike room (coming soon). Pieds- -terre, co-purchases, gifting and subletting allowed. Sorry, no pets! This ultra convenient East Flatbush home is near Brooklyn College and the Brooklyn Center for the Performing Arts, and adjacent to the fantastic shopping along Flatbush and Nostrand avenues, including the Triangle Junction shopping center's Target and HomeGoods. There are abundant city buses nearby, and the 2 and 5 trains two blocks away whisk passengers into Manhattan in under 30 minutes.