Boerum Hill or the first part of what people are calling BOCOCA (Boerum Hill, Cobble Hill, and Carroll Gardens) is one of the Brooklyn neighborhoods known for beautiful nineteenth century Brownstone homes. The Boerum Hill neighborhood was built primarily between 1860 and 1880, serving as a home for middle-class merchants. The development of this neighborhood has created an interesting mix of urban decay, opulent brownstones, and newly-opened boutiques and restaurants (particularly stretching along Smith Street and Atlantic Avenue.) Boerum Hill Brooklyn New York is located just south of downtown Brooklyn. The streets of Boerum Hill are lined with shady trees and three- and four-story brick town houses, which provide an urban oasis from the bustling metropolis only a few subway stops away. Boerum Hill has fast gained recognition among professionals working downtown, or in the Wall Street-Lower Manhattan area, for its central location and distinctive charm. Boerum Hill Brooklyn New York homes then and now is characterized by three and four story row houses. These houses in Boerum Hill Brooklyn New York are mostly Greek Revival and Italianate style homes. In 1973, the New York City Landmarks Preservation Commission designated Boerum Hill Historic District, a six-block irregularly-shaped area bounded by Pacific, Nevins, Wyckoff and Hoyt Streets. For those who want to venture out beyond their own quiet street, The Brooklyn Academy of Music, the New York City Transit Museum, the Brooklyn Heights Promenade and Prospect Park are all close by, as is excellent shopping and dining all around on Smith, Court and Fulton Streets, as well as Atlantic Avenue. Homeowners who paid $12,000 for a home here in the 1960's shake their heads at new residents paying upwards of $1,000,000 for the same row house. The price range for Boerum Hill Brooklyn New York residential properties is $700,000's into the multi-million dollar range.
From Court Street on the west to 4th Avenue on the east, from Schermerhorn Street on the north to Wyckoff Street between Court and Bond and between Nevins and 3rd, Warren Street between bond and Nevins, and St. Marks Place between 3rd and 4th Avenues on the south.
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