State + Bond Brings Spacious Townhouses to Boerum Hill

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    Boerum Hill has been on the rise for a while now. Thanks in part to the revitalization of Atlantic Avenue, this neighborhood perched between Downtown Brooklyn, Cobble Hill, Fort Greene and Park Slope has become a destination in its own right, where historic brownstones are nestled between chic shops and restaurants.

    For residents of Boerum Hill, State Street can feel like a hidden gem. The quiet residential street one block north of bustling Atlantic Avenue is now home to State + Bond, a series of five brand-new luxury townhouses. The homes at State + Bond were designed by local firm Ben Hansen Architects and each features over 4,100 square feet of living space spread out over six beautifully laid-out floors.

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    Each townhouse has an attached parking space accessible via a shared garage entrance. The four-bedroom, three-bathroom properties all feature fireplaces in the master bedroom, a large roof deck, and are pre-wired for home automation, to name just a few of the exceptional amenities.

     

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    A look at a cross-section of the house will give you an idea what to expect. The lower level includes a media room with wet bar and storage room, and the ground floor, accessible from the street or the rear parking area, has an open floor plan which could be used as a kids play area or an office. The first floor is where you’ll find the professional kitchen, dining room, living room with fireplace, and the door to the private garden, outfitted with a BBQ grill.

    The second and third floors feature three bedrooms, two baths, and laundry facilities. The master bedroom includes a fireplace and a spacious walk-in closet, and the master bath has its own tranquil terrace. The fourth floor is home to a glass-enclosed bedroom and the sun-drenched roof deck.

     

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    And then of course, there is beautiful Boerum Hill itself. The neighborhood, named after a local farm from the days of the Dutch settlers, was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1983. Today Boerum Hill is known for its quiet residential streets, arts, vibrant culture, and bustling shops and restaurants. Atlantic Avenue has traditionally been a home for antique shops, but today you’re just as likely to find boutiques, bakeries, and the work of local Brooklyn artisans.

     

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    The townhouses are convenient to all Downtown Brooklyn has to offer while retaining the quiet charm of Boerum Hill. Residents are just blocks from BAM, Brooklyn’s home for the best in international theatre, dance, music, and film events. Fort Greene Park is a short walk away, as are Barclays Center, virtually every subway line in Brooklyn, and the Long Island Railroad.

    State + Bond offers spacious homes in one of Brooklyn’s most dynamic, historic neighborhoods. Sales are handled by Halstead Property Development Marketing, whom you can get in touch through the State + Bond website.

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