Here is the property description from Halstead Realty:
"Come discover the timeless beauty and unparalleled modern luxury of 330 Bond Street. Sacrificing nothing in its marriage of classic architecture and modern convenience, every inch of its 3750SF indoor space and 1500SF outdoor space (landscaped yard, terraces on every floor!) will delight you. Flexible in design, this 20 wide home is currently configured as a 4BR/3.5BA master residence ascending from the parlor floor, with a generous 2BR/1BA rental apartment on the 1st floor. Only $772/SF and yet no detail has been overlooked in the quest for perfection: The bespoke, eat-in kitchen gleams with Sub-Zero, Wolf and Miele, the gas fireplace and radiant heat floors warm your toes, and behind the walls are all the latest connections you need to reach the outside world. Hungry? Lucky you, you are less than a mile from the new Whole Foods, and all of your favorite Smith Street haunts are even closer. If you MUST venture further, public transportation is nearby to whisk you into Manhattan in just 20 minutes. But its entirely possible you may never wish to leave. Come see for yourself."
What the realtor fails to mention in the description is that Bond Street flooded during Hurricane Sandy. According to New York City's Evacuation map, the two houses are in Zone 2. The new home owner(s) may have to deal with a wet basements now and then. Just saying…
New York City Flood Evacuation Zone Map
Preliminary FEMA Flood Hazard map for Gowanus Canal area after Hurricane Sandy