Wow. After less than three weeks on the market, 91 Cambridge has gone into contract at “well over $2 million,” according to The Local, which spoke with Douglass Elliman broker Jerry Minsky about the deal. As you may recall, Minsky sold 87 Cambridge at the end of last year for $2,160,000. Number 91 had been asking $2,050,000. “It’s the $2 million block,” Minsky told the New York Times blog. “I made $4 million worth of sales in three months here.” Amazing. Does this say something larger about the desirability of houses in Clinton Hill in general or are these two architecturally distinctive houses exceptions to the rule?
Another $2M-Plus Sale Puts Cambridge Place on Brokers’ Map [The Local]
Clinton Hill Townhouse Fetches Near-Record $2.16M [TRD]
House of the Day: 91 Cambridge Place [Brownstoner]
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