267 State Street
Smith / Hoyt Streets Boerum Hill
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Nearby Subway Stations
- Approx. Sq. Ft.4,200
- Central air
Who says you can't have it all? The perfect marriage of contemporary style and traditional elegance unite effortlessly here in our exclusive and exquisite State Street Boerum Hill Townhouse. This lovely Townhouse exceeds the expectations of the most demanding buyer. It exemplifies the difference between living and living really well. The drama begins the moment you step foot inside the parlor. A two story glass back wall atrium presents itself as the perfect backdrop here, defining the northern end of this glorious property and framing the lovely garden against the graceful Bulthup custom Chef kitchen, luxurious living room, and large dining area. From the ground floor up, this house continues to surpass even its own high standards. With four full and glorious bathrooms, 4 full and relaxing bedrooms; a formal dining room or convertible bedroom and a full finished basement, it is no surprise that you find yourself spending more time at home. A Rumford wood burning fireplace creates the mood for romantic entertaining. Basement storage is so plentiful that you can finally transition from season to season with room to spare. Sunlight pours in from everywhere and dances through the custom milled open staircase adding thought and dimension to the five already perfect floors. Finally, Welcome Home
Additional features of this building include: located within a 5 minute walk to major subways, new and glorious Brooklyn Bridge Park, dozens of popular restaurants, located within a 5 minute walk chic &sexy Smith St, and Tenants pay for all utilities.
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Runs from Court St to Fourth Avenue, with Degraw Street as its southern boundary and Atlantic, Hoyt & Fulton streets forming its border with downtown.
Known for its row houses built between 1840 and 1870, Boerum Hill has plenty of condos too. The Boerum Hill neighborhood is extremely convenient to many of Brooklyn’s top attractions such as the Brooklyn Academy of Music — it’s just south of the borough’s downtown — and its central location and distinctive charm have attracted many buyers and renters.