Midwood Street continues its reign as the priciest street in Prospect Lefferts Gardens with the closing of 51 Midwood for $1,570,000. The sale, which was recorded in public records yesterday, is the second highest ever in the neighborhood after 52 Midwood Street, which traded for $1,665,000 back in mid-2007. The 4,000-square-foot property at 51 Midwood was a House of the Day in May, and we noted that its attractive features included elaborate woodwork and a remodeled kitchen. The property was also one of several pricey listings on the block that had recently hit the market; 66 Midwood, which is listed for $1,849,000, will end up being the biggest sale ever recorded in the neighborhood if it sells close to ask.
House of the Day: 51 Midwood Street [Brownstoner] GMAP P*Shark
Market Snapshot: Prospect Lefferts Gardens [Brownstoner]
Photo via PropertyShark
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