$8.5M Boerum Hill townhouse has a retractable roof, wine cellar, and glass elevator
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$8.5M Boerum Hill townhouse has a retractable roof, wine cellar, and glass elevator

April 26, 2021

Listing images courtesy of Douglas Elliman

This state-of-the-art townhouse in Boerum Hill was built in 1910, but a 2018 overhaul reimagined it as a contemporary, light-filled, and tech-focused home. Located at 150 Bergen Street and asking $8,495,000, the townhouse has five bedrooms and a studio apartment, as well as fun additions like a glass elevator, wine cellar, home gym with a cedar-paneled sauna, and a roof deck with a motorized skybox.

The main entrance is on the parlor floor, where the living room has a modern gas fireplace.

Past the living room is the open kitchen and dining room, which opens to a rear deck. The kitchen has an oversized island, custom millwork, separate pantry, and appliances from Wolf, Sub-Zero, and Miele.

On the second floor are three bedrooms, all of which have walk-in closets. The street-facing bedroom/study also has an en-suite bathroom; there’s another full bath in the hall.

The entire fourth floor is dedicated to the primary bedroom suite. In the bedroom, there’s a gas fireplace. A huge walk-in closet includes a washer/dryer, and the spa-like bathroom includes a soaking tub, an oversized glass-enclosed shower with body jets, and a custom double vanity. Though not pictured, there’s a private deck off the bathroom that comes complete with external speakers and irrigation.

Up on the roof deck, you’ll get gorgeous views of Downtown Brooklyn. This outdoor space, too, is complete with external speakers and irrigation, as well as the motorized skybox roof.

Back down on the parlor floor, there’s a separate entrance to the studio apartment, which is currently used as an au pair suite.

This level holds the climate-controlled wine storage room.

In the rear is a fun lounge which has custom built-ins and a wet bar with mirrored open shelving, a sink, and a wine fridge. Through the massive bi-folding doors is the landscaped rear yard, which has full irrigation and speaker systems.

Finally, the cellar level holds the home gym. It has a cedar-paneled sauna, a cool-down area with a half bath, and an additional washer/dryer.

The home is between Bond and Hoyt Streets, just a quick walk to the F and G trains at Bergen Street.

[Listing details: 150 Bergen Street at CityRealty]

[At Douglas Elliman by Doug Bowen, Zia O’Hara, and Simon Anderson]


Listing images courtesy of Douglas Elliman

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