Enjoy room to stretch out and relax in this oversized junior two bedroom and one bathroom co-op with a private outdoor space in Flatbush's most popular postwar luxury building. Move right into this spacious apartment or bring your contractor to create the spacious Brooklyn home of your dreams. Spanning nearly 1000 square feet, this home features a sprawling living space and large north facing windows. Arrive in the impressive foyer / living area that stretches a combined more than 30 feet long, providing plenty of space for generous living and dining area. A wall of windows overlooking the wide balcony brightens the room, while the adjacent kitchen is beautifully equipped with granite countertops and stainless-steel appliances. The light filled second bedroom opens to the private balcony, making it ideal as a sunroom or den, and the master bedroom offers abundant space for a king size bed and additional furniture. There are a total of five roomy closets in this apartment, including a massive walk-in, ensuring that storage will never be a concern. 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-à-terre, co-purchases, gifting and subletting allowed. Sorry, no pets!