What a wild ride it’s been for 40 Willow Street, the 45-foot-wide modernist home built in the ’60s in Brooklyn Heights. The last sale closed last summer for $7.35 million. Then Curbed noticed the house was back on the market for $7.95 million about four months ago; it entered contract about a month later. Yesterday Curbed picked up on the newest sales price: $7,650,000. As Curbed says: “Not exactly a huge flip, but a nice little profit for the sellers, who spent less than a year in the highly modern townhouse.” This is Brooklyn’s most valuable townhouse if you’re going by the highest tax assessment. Here’s a link to the most recent listing.
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