Brooklyn actual property itemizing six months later: three bought out, one off the market

This week, a have a look at 4 of our featured listings from six months in the past targeted on properties in Park Slope, Mattress Stuy, Prospect Heights and Cobble Hill. How was his efficiency?

Beautiful but grand on the similar time, this studio house on the bottom ground of a brownstone backyard presents a comparatively low price ticket, near facilities like Prospect Park and Grand Military Plaza. At 19 seventh Avenue, it’s one in all eight items in an Eighties Neo-Greek townhouse within the Park Slope Historic District. It bought for an asking worth of $399,000 on Pre-Cooperative Day in April.

Within the Stuyvesant Heights Historic District, a circa 1900 townhouse options beige tile in a yellow stone-adorned entry, fretwork, mantel, molding, tin ceiling, bead board, and unique shutters. A 3-family, house is configured as a top-floor rental on an proprietor’s duplex. This former open home choose bought for $1.932 million in Could, $337,000 greater than the asking worth.

You will have to take a look at some shiny inexperienced, however the inside of this Prospect Heights brownstone is stuffed with unique particulars, together with the mantel, a pier mirror, and wainscoting. At 137 St. Marks Avenue, the house additionally includes a nook area with a storage and a triple-height window to convey some gentle into the inside. This former Home of the Day bought in June for $4.3 million, just below the asking worth of $1.2 million.

Within the Cobble Hill Historic District, this brownstone options some interval particulars, akin to plasterwork and marble mantel, together with an up to date kitchen. At 52 Tompkins Place, it has been within the fingers of a single household because the Nineteen Sixties and seems to have been stored immaculately two-family. This former Home of the Day was taken off the market in June.

19 seventh Avenue #BF
Value: $399,000
Space: Park Slope
Dealer: Corcoran (Carol Graham, Jennifer Wilson)
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Bought in April for $399,000

83 Chauncey Interior

83 Chauncey Avenue
Value: $1.595 million
Space: Mattress Stew
Dealer: Compass (Debra Bondi)
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Bought in Could for $1.932 million

Interior of 137 St. Mark's Avenue

137 St. Marks Avenue
Value: $5.5 million
Space: Prospect Heights
Dealer: Barnes New York (Miriam Driot)
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Bought in June for $4.3 million

The Interior of 52 Tompkins Place

52 Tompkins Place
Value: $6.49 million
Space: Cobble Hill
Dealer: Brown Harris Stevens (Christie Spaceard Azaroff, Michael Petrosino)
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at present off the market

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