This 7 days, a appear back at 4 of our featured listings from six months back focuses on residences in Sunset Park, Bushwick and Park Slope. How did they fare?

A compact one-bedroom on the second floor of an early 20th century Finnish co-op in Sunset Park has been neatly renovated to protect the bones of the condominium when maximizing storage and introducing a touch of vintage-industrial flair. This former Co-op of the Working day entered agreement in April.

In Bushwick, a circa 1900 pale brick row residences has two units and two tales above an English basement. Specifics involve wood flooring, tile, moldings and two mantels. Kitchens and bogs shown show up to be in good issue despite the fact that not recently renovated. This previous Open Dwelling Pick bought in April for $1.3 million, which was $5,000 above the inquiring value.

When the exterior of this Park Slope brownstone has dropped some of its Italianate information, the interior nonetheless offers some high-quality 1870s features, such as parlor classics like a marble mantel, ornate pier mirror, ceiling medallion and arched doorways. Inside, the 19-foot-broad dwelling has a triplex with a leading flooring apartment. This previous Property of the Day entered in contract in December.

Assuring possible purchasers that “the value is inside of arrive at of all who want to live in this elite part,” the early 20th century developer of this Park Slope single-spouse and children took out lengthy ads to enumerate all the inside information guaranteed to entice a buyer. Several of individuals are nevertheless in put at 573 4th Avenue, like wainscoting, mantels, a pier mirror and plasterwork. This previous House of the Working day bought in June for $3.75 million, which was $45,000 underneath the inquiring selling price.

interior of apt 2d in 712 45th street

712 45th Avenue, APT 2D
Value: $440,000
Area: Sunset Park
Broker: Corcoran (Irine Blyumin, Peter Bracichowicz)
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Entered contract in April

exterior

80 Pilling Road
Value: $1.295 million
Area: Bushwick
Broker: Corcoran (Daniel Cohen, Eddie Ugrinsky, Tony Bush)
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Marketed in April for $1.3 million

interior of 257 6th avenue

257 6th Avenue
Selling price: $3.295 million
Area: Park Slope
Broker: Leslie J. Garfield (Ravi Kantha, Matthew Lesser, Gian Mitchell and Cameron LeCates)
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Entered in contract in December

interior of 573 4th street

573 4th Street
Price tag: $3.795 million
Location: Park Slope
Broker: Corcoran (Jennifer Wang, Charlie Pigott)
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Marketed in June for $3.75 million

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