You ve been picturing your perfect home in Brooklyn for some time now; a modern floor-through with two bedrooms and two bathrooms, high ceilings and a little outdoor space. Something that feels like sophisticated townhouse living with all the benefits of a condo. Not too much to ask for. Now imagine waking up in your bedroom and quietly making your way to your en suite bathroom to look into the mirror, reminding yourself that dreams do come true. The temperature is perfect, thanks to the Daikin climate control split system. The Brizo bathroom fixtures complement the polished porcelain and statuary marble walls and floor, evoking the spa experience you always wished for. You check in on the second bedroom, making sure everyone is up, then head down the hallway to the kitchen to start your morning rituals, taking the time to really appreciate the feeling of serenity provided by those voluminous eleven-foot ceilings. The day really begins here in the heart of your home, in the kitchen and living area. Grab your pan cake ingredients from the Fisher and Paykel three-door fridge. The low maintenance (easy clean) white calico quartz counter and backsplash complement the imported Miton Sincro wood cabinets which feature clever, space-saving storage solutions for all your baking utensils and kitchen toys. Bertazzoni provides the stylish four-burner gas cooktop as well as two very clever 24 electric wall ovens, one incorporating a microwave. And clean-up is always a breeze with your power clean Moen faucet and artfully hidden Miele dishwasher. Taking a seat at your dining table, you can pause to take in the scene. As the morning sun streams into your living room through nine-foot-tall, south-facing, European style tilt and turn windows, your sense of peace makes you recall earlier morning plans. Taking the steps from your bedroom, head out to your private garden for a little morning stretch or perhaps some sandcastle play time before you get on with daily duties. Thankfully your home features plenty of closets, and the spacious laundry room makes washing day a breeze. Everything is in its place. While Union Square is barely 30 minutes away by subway, for Michelin quality dining you can stick to the neighborhood. Wrapped by the F, G and R trains, and resting neatly between Park Slope, Carroll Gardens and Cobble Hill, Gowanus today presents a canvas for change. Its industrial buildings are rapidly filling with any number of activities, from archery and axe throwing to tennis and shuffleboard. Meanwhile, local artisans continue to ply their trade, whether it be craft beer and pickles or pottery and glass blowing. Third Avenue provides the commercial backbone. After a busy day out and about, return home via your private entry. Relax in your spacious living room. Prepare a home-cooked meal, or when weather permits, enjoy the twilight hours in your private garden over BBQ and drinks. Life is good here. The complete offering terms are in an offering plan available from the Sponsor, File N CD190179.