This one-bedroom co-op at 202 Baltic Street in Cobble Hill hit the market in September with an asking price of $625,000 and was reduced to $599,000 in October. The top-floor pad is attractive but lacks any particular wow factor other than the private roof deck, which looks great. The 660-square-foot unit comes with a monthly maintenance of $654. Like it?
This new listing in the Clinton Hill Co-ops is either a big one-bedroom or a small two-bedroom, depending on how you’d use the dining nook. Despite being on the second floor, the apartment seems bright and the kitchen has been modernized (though not exactly lavishly). The maintenance is $837 and the asking price is $399,000.
This three-bedroom condo at 1 Montgomery Place in Park Slope is very impressive. The 2,624-square-foot duplex has been carved out of a former mansion and includes a 750-square-foot private garden. The layout is much more generous than what you’d find in a typical brownstone and there are lots of original details. Asking price: $2,650,000.
Hot stuff! The penthouse at 24 Monroe Place is pretty darn impressive, with a massive wrap-around terrace complementing the Classic Six layout. In addition to the killer views, this place has a great prewar pedigree and lots of entertaining space. Only thing not to like: The $4,770 monthly maintenance. Asking price is $2,395,000.
The layout of this new listing at 25 Plaza Street in Park Slope is a little unusual. It’s listed as a studio but it’s really more of a small one-bedroom, depending on how you’d plan to use the space. The 500-square-foot pad is on the second floor of the 1941 doorman building. The wood floors are original but there’s no sign of any crown moldings and the one door in sight appears to not be original. Maintenance: $799. Asking price: $395,000.
This classic one-bedroom at 360 Clinton Avenue just hit the market with an asking price of $480,000. It’s in good shape with lots of prewar charm. And as far as Clinton Hill goes, you can’t get a better location. The ask of $480,000 is a good bit of dough for a one-bedroom in the area but this is a nice one and the market is strong so no reason to bet against it!
The former Watchtower building at 183 Columbia Heights was recently converted to full-floor condominiums. This fourth-floor unit weighs in at 1,727 square feet and sports a master bedroom on the rear of the building plus two smaller bedrooms in the middle of the railroady apartment. As you’d expect for Brooklyn Heights, the finishes are nice, though there’s not much prewar detail on display. The location is primo too. Asking price: $2,095,000.
Wow, it’ll have to be some kind of record for Fort Greene if the top floor of the brownstone at 4 South Portland Avenue sells for the asking price of $1,059,000. As far as we know, no single floor has ever cleared the million-dollar mark. This is a handsome apartment to be sure and it’s located in the first house in from the park so location is premium too. It’s clearly just been rehabbed, and with mostly positive results as far as we can tell. The prewar details have been preserved and the new bathroom looks nicely done but the kitchen looks as generic as they come. Strange choice. Why not spring for some nicer cabinets when you’re shooting for over $1,000 a foot?
That bank of windows sure is nice, but we’re not loving the finishes in this one-bedroom in the Toy Factory Lofts. The building has cred, though, for being the first new residential project downtown back in 2005 when it was converted. A buyer could make it their own, but is $850 a square foot enticing enough? That’s an ask of $700,000. What’s your opinion?
This charming two-bedroom floor-through co-op at 446 5th Street in Park Slope hit the market earlier this month with an asking price of $697,000. It’s in great shape, having undergone a recent renovation, and is intelligently laid out. You’ve got all your classic brownstone touches like the fireplace, wood floors and plaster moldings. The kitchen, with its exposed beams and big country sink, is well done too. You like?
This new listing at 153 Joralemon Street is very cute with its prewar details, attractive built-ins and recently renovated kitchen. It’s also quite small, with the bedroom really just a large closet. Still, it’s in prime Brooklyn Heights and has a manageable maintenance of $726 a month. Think it’ll go fast?
Now this is a real loft. The 2,000-square-foot space on the third floor of 119 North 11th Street in Williamsburg is nothing if not authentic. Big wood beams, tons of windows, open layout. Given what a high rent district North Williamsburg has become it’s safe to assume that whoever buys this place will at the very least want to upgrade the kitchen, but that’s why it’s priced at $1,750,000 — well below what neighboring “luxury” apartments would go for.