One of the tiny neo-Gothic Warren Place workers cottages built by Alfred Tredway White sold for $1,300,000 after only three weeks on the market, according to Prime Manhattan Residential, which acted as the buyer’s agent. No. 2 Warren Place closed on June 6. That’s the same price No. 1 Warren Place sold for in May of last year after being on the market for six months before entering contract. You may recall it was asking an unprecedented $1,475,000. The ask at No. 2 was $1,350,000.
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