Brooklyn Actual Property Listings: Three Bought, One in Contract

This week, a glance again at 4 of our featured listings from six months in the past focuses on properties in Park Slope, Mattress Stuy, Prospect Lefferts Gardens and Boerum Hill. How did they fare?

This parlor-floor two-bedroom is probably not fairly as huge because it seems within the images, but it surely has magnificent unique particulars and a sexy renovation that maximizes the unit’s footprint. It additionally has two loos, a breakfast nook, and an workplace that would work as a 3rd bed room or double as a visitor room. It is positioned in a grand Eighteen Eighties Neo-Grec nook brownstone with 5 tales and eight flats at 50 eighth Avenue within the Park Slope Historic District, a block from Grand Military Plaza. This former Co-op of the Day bought in July for $2.15 million, which was $400,000 over the asking value.

Within the Mattress Stuy historic district, a primary Eighteen Eighties Queen Anne brick and stone row home in property situation gives beautiful structure inside and outside, however will want some work to revive its former grandeur. Even painted and carpeted, the inside particulars are hanging, together with woodwork, plasterwork, pier mirrors and carved wooden mantels with colourful unique tile. A authorized three-family, based on the itemizing, the home has 4 kitchens, the ground plan reveals. This former Open Home Decide bought in July for $2.45 million, which was $20,000 over the asking value.

The Prospect Lefferts Gardens Historic District is thought for elegant late nineteenth and early twentieth century row homes, so this thoughtfully designed mid century fashionable home is sudden however incorporates some prime particulars of the period. The standalone home manufactured from brick at 110 Maple Road suits in nicely with the opposite giant, freestanding homes on the block and has intact interval kitchen cupboards and baths, a beneficiant yard and a indifferent storage. This former Home of the Day entered contract in August.

In Boerum Hill, this brick two-family nonetheless has some unique inside particulars that give some clues to the date of the row home, together with Greek Revival-style ear moldings and Italianate marble mantels. The home, at 267 Warren Road, has additionally had some alterations, together with up to date moist rooms within the proprietor’s triplex and the backyard rental. Whereas there was some lack of element on the inside, the parlor degree nonetheless boasts excessive ceilings, pierced plasterwork molding and marble coats. This former Home of the Day bought in Might for $5.31 million, which was $560,000 over the asking value.

interior of parlor apartment at 50 8th avenue

50 eighth Avenue, Parlor
Value: $1.75 million
Space: Park Slope
Dealer: Compass (David Cobell)
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Bought in July for $2.15 million


259 Jefferson Avenue
Value: $2.43 million
Space: Mattress Examine
Dealer: Compass (Morgan Munsey, Perri Defino)
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Bought in July for $2.45 million

exterior of 110 maple street

110 Maple Road
Value: $2.895 million
Space: Prospect Lefferts Gardens
Dealer: Compass (Michael Murphy, Shelley Wasserman)
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Entered contract in August

interior of 267 warren street

267 Warren Road
Value: $4.75 million
Space: Boerum Hill
Dealer: Corcoran (Leslie Marshall, James Cornell)
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Bought in Might for $5.31 million

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