Record $1.98 Million Sale in Windsor Terrace

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A house at 107 Terrace Place set a record when it sold for $1,980,000 this month, according to The New York Daily News. The previous record was set by 18 Sherman Place, which traded for $1,900,000 in 2007, said the story.

The 1960s house at 107 Terrace Place was extensively renovated and came with a garage. The floor plan is unusual, with the kitchen and dining room on the same floor as the bedrooms, but the living room is on the ground floor. The five-bedroom home has 3,500 square feet of space and a top-floor rental unit.

The story asked if Windsor Terrace could be “the next Park Slope” and noted soaring multi-million-dollar prices there are pushing up prices in Windsor Terrace and elsewhere throughout Brooklyn.

The Next Park Slope? Unique Windsor Terrace Home Sells for Record $1.98 Million  [NY Daily News]
107 Terrace Place [Core Group]
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  • The house itself is kind of bland, but the size of the space, it’s location and the great depth of the road and sidewalks in that particular area is pretty awesome. Kind of reminds me of a less fancy Forest Hills, but in a much better location.