BEAUTIFUL. BARREL-FRONT. BRICK. This 20-foot-wide townhouse is, simply speaking, SPLENDID! A gloriously spacious single family, it boasts graciously proportioned rooms, fine finishes and a prime Windsor Terrace location. Standing two stories tall with a clean, well-lit English basement, the house offers space galore. Up the stoop and inside the entryway, it features a double parlor — or living room and den — with a triple-window bay, parquet floors and a wall of built-in bookcases. Off the hallway, for your convenience, is a walk-in coat closet/pantry and powder room. The garden-facing kitchen is ENORMOUS! A lavish amount of granite counter tops, Wolf stove, Bosch dishwasher, an extra-large center island with two-sided seating and a separate formal dining area could not make cooking and entertaining more pleasurable. The upstairs center den is illuminated by both an oversized operable Vellux skylight with shade and an original stained-glass skylight, making this a lovely sanctuary to sojourn with a book or drawing pad. Overlooking the front are two bedrooms, one smaller with a closet; the other larger, with an entire wall of storage. A hallway bathroom with skylight, tub and shower and a separate laundry room with vented LG appliances are perfectly located here. The master suite features an en suite spa bath with a double sink and walk-in shower AND a luxurious dressing area with one wall of closets and an opposing wall of built-in drawers and cupboards. Beyond the kitchen is a beautifully designed and landscaped south-facing garden. Enjoy grilling, dining and play and indulge your horticultural proclivities in its circle of raised planting beds. To finish off the stellar qualities of this home, there is an expansive renovated windowed basement with two large studios, another half bath and terrific storage. There are entrances to both front and rear areas from downstairs, as well. The house has Ethernet on all floors; a resurfaced stoop; a new boiler; chic lighting by Kartell, Jonathan Adler, Logico from Artemide and Gus; and customized closets and blinds. The house is located in District 15 and is four blocks to Prospect Park, five blocks to the F/G trains and proximal to the myriad shopping and dining establishments that have made Windsor Terrace the destination neighborhood it is.