1. GRAVESEND $5,500,000
2035 East 3rd Street GMAP P*Shark
This is a one-family, 2,940-square-foot house. No listing available. Entered into contract on 2/10/12; closed on 8/21/12; deed recorded on 8/30/2012.
2. BROOKLYN HEIGHTS $3,075,000
75A Willow Street GMAP P*Shark
A HOTD this May. We said, “The eventual buyer of this new listing at 75A Willow Street in Brooklyn Heights will probably end up spending some dough reconfiguring the triplex-over-duplex configuration but at least they’ll have some great raw material to work with.” Ask was $3,350,000. Entered into contract on 5/31/12; closed on 8/20/12; deed recorded on 8/30/2012.
3. PARK SLOPE $2,750,000
360 4th Street GMAP P*Shark
A HOTD June 2012. We took note that “The 17-foot-wide house at 360 4th Street has been renovated top-to-bottom in ways that we mostly like, though long-time readers won’t be surprised to hear that all the recessed lighting on the parlor floor ain’t working for us.” It was asking $2,750,000. Entered into contract on 6/29/12; closed on 8/14/12; deed recorded on 8/28/2012.
4. PROSPECT HEIGHTS $2,350,000
197 Prospect Place GMAP P*Shark
An Open House Pick waaaay back in 2006. According to Streeteasy, the home sold in 2006 for $2,236,000, then sold again in 2012 for $2,350,000. There is no current listing. Entered into contract on 5/4/12; closed on 6/27/12; deed recorded on 8/29/2012.
5. GREENPOINT $2,250,000
143 Kent Street GMAP P*Shark
We posted about this last week – this is the highest recorded sale for a residential property in the neighborhood. The historic home was asking $2.65 million. Entered into contract on 5/1/12; closed on 8/8/12; deed recorded on 8/27/2012.