This 7 days, a glimpse again at 4 of our highlighted listings from 6 months back focuses on houses in East New York, Brooklyn Heights, Bed Stuy and Greenpoint. How did they fare?
Initial up, in East New York, a wood-body single-family members with bay windows and a porch has potential. The living, eating and kitchen area are collectively on the 1st ground, and there is a pretty large property with a patio and an over floor pool in the rear. This previous Open Household Decide on sold in January for $900,000, which was $11,000 below the inquiring price tag.
In Brooklyn Heights, the most impressive feature of this properly laid out just one-bedroom in the previous St. George Lodge is a terrace that is even larger than the apartment. The unit, which seems to be in transfer-in issue, could be a showstopper with a couple of style tweaks. There is a good deal of room for books in the recessed niches of the open-approach living-dining-kitchen space, which overlooks the huge terrace. Adding a partial divider could keep the kitchen out of watch although preserving the apartment’s open up sense. This previous Co-op of the Day sold in December for $925,000, which was $50,000 over the inquiring cost.
This Bed Stuy Queen Anne is an intriguing a person, even with only a glimpse of a couple of rooms. There is plenty of initial woodwork, albeit painted, as effectively as a pier mirror and mantels in the estate affliction three-relatives at 259 Jefferson Road in the Bedford Historic District. The handful of listing photographs demonstrate some of the information that have survived on the inside, and the listing claims additional, which include developed-ins, pocket doorways, 6 mantels and wood flooring. This former Dwelling of the Working day is even now available with a further broker for an inquiring rate of $2.43 million, a selling price lower of $70,000.
Lastly, wide planked floorboards and a fine black marble mantel present some clues to the vintage of this Greenpoint wooden frame, which combines some 19th century character with the modern-day facilities of a more recent renovation. The 22-foot-huge and 30-foot-deep house is established up with an owner’s triplex previously mentioned a yard-degree apartment that is entirely previously mentioned grade. The owner’s triplex has parlor, kitchen area and a 50 percent bath on the parlor level and two flooring of bedroom space higher than. This previous Home of the Working day entered contract in January.
93 Logan Street
Space: East New York
Broker: Hauseit (Nick Oliver)
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Bought in January for $900,000
111 Hicks Road #5F
Place: Brooklyn Heights
Broker: Douglas Elliman (Sara Kennedy, Justin Tuinstra, Glenn Davis)
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Sold in December for $925,000
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259 Jefferson Avenue
Rate: $2.5 million
Location: Bed Stuy
Broker: Brown Harris Stevens (Ban Leow, Howard Ramlal, Nabil Mouzannar)
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Even now accessible for $2.43 million
212 Calyer Street
Rate: $2.995 million
Broker: Compass (Sean Sasso, Richard Rojas)
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Entered contract in January
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