268 Cumberland Street
The one thing missing from a great deal of new developments is charm. And let’s be honest, what’s the point of living in Brooklyn if there’s no charm?
Well 268 Cumberland Street has plenty of neighborhood appeal. Less than a block away from Fort Greene Park, the area surrounding the building is quiet, with trees lining the mostly brownstone block. The exterior of the building has a mosaic of 19th Century-inspired architecture and the façade is consistently classic with redbrick and zinc-accents.
And while the vintage exterior fits in nicely with the landmark neighborhood, the interiors are modern and comfortable. The layouts are a mix of studios and one-bedrooms, some of the one-beds com with offices. Inside, you’ll find walnut-lined floors and decorative moldings, neutral color palettes and high-quality finishes. Kicthens have Fisher Paykel refrigerators, Houzer sinks, blizzard CaesarStone countertops, marble islands, Fagor dishwashers, Sharp microwaves and JennAir ranges. Bathrooms have marble and wood vanities and, for some added color, rectangular wall accent tiles.
268 Cumberland is also easy access to the A, C, 2, 3, 4, and 5 trains, as well as, BAM – which is just a few blocks away.
Address: 268 Cumberland Street
Neighborhood: Fort Green
Building Type: Condo
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