We took a walk around 301 State Street last week, one of the 9 Townhouses on State Street between Hoyt and Smith. Construction is wrapping up, and Corcoran broker James Cornell told us the first of the townhouses closed last Thursday for $3,650,000. Four others are in contract and contracts were sent out on two more. Two are still available, including the largest of the townhouses, a 4,800-square-foot home asking $4,300,000.
The row at 301-309 State Street was designed by Rogers Marvel Architects, which also designed 14 Townhouses down the street at 267-287 State Street. The four-story, 4,300-square-foot house at 301 State (asking $3,650,000) has four bedrooms, four baths, a small private garden, roof terrace and a cellar. The garden floor has a family-room alcove next to the front door, then the kitchen, dining room and french doors leading out to the garden. The parlor floor has a large living room with a fireplace, and the top two floors have two bedrooms each. The development is aiming for LEED certification and has locally made, environmentally friendly kitchens from Pure Kitchen.
When we last visited in July, workers were adding copper sheeting to the facade of the last townhouse in the row.
Click through the jump to see pictures of the interior!