The beautiful George P. Chappell-designed house at 7 Arlington Place, which was featured in the movie “Crooklyn,” has sold for $1,700,000. That’s not quite as high as we first reported, but it’s still indicative of how hot the Bed Stuy market is right now, as DNAinfo reported. The ask was a lot less: $1,300,000. Do you think these prices will last, or are we in some kind of a bubble right now? How do you think it will affect the neighborhood?
“Crooklyn” House Sells for $1.7M, a Reflection of Bed-Stuy Boom [DNAinfo]
7 Arlington Place Gone for $500K Over Ask [Brownstoner]
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