A true unicorn of a home: a stunning two-family, six-story 2011 construction that combines superlative design, breathtaking views, generous outdoor space, state-of-the-art conveniences (including energy-efficient HVAC systems on every floor) and impressive income generation in one of Brooklyn's most desirable neighborhoods. Located on a quiet, leafy street perched at the highest point of Brooklyn, you'll love coming home here. The owners triplex plus roof room has soaring ceilings and walls of windows that bring in the outdoors. On the 60-foot-deep first floor, a designer kitchen with a huge Silostone island and separate dining area opens via massive slider doors to a south-facing deck overlooking a private light-filled garden. The signature, wood-wrapped picture window is the focal point of the living room, with Juliet balcony doors on either side. Ample storage throughout. The second story features a master bedroom or family room (complete with a walk-in closet and marble master bath), and another bedroom with a private patio. The top floor has two more large bedrooms each boasting floor-to-ceiling windows and double closets and a 3rd full bathroom. Capping it all off, a roof room opens to a top floor deck with sweeping, awe-inspiring views encompassing the Manhattan skyline, Upper Bay, East River and Greenwood Cemetery views.The rental unit is just as cushy: a 1-bedroom with a tiled kitchen, access to the garden and a large lower-level recreation room that fetches just under 3K a month.