1. PROSPECT HEIGHTS $1,733,000
1 Grand Army Plaza, #6G GMAP P*Shark
The listing says this unit includes, “Westerly exposure with cityscape and tree top views, privately positioned Master bedroom suite, extra large 2nd and 3rd bedrooms with a shared walk in closet and a sundrenched all glass home office.” 2,107 square feet, five bed/four bath, asking $2,140,000 in 2008. Entered into contract on 10/10/11; closed on 11/21/11; deed recorded on 12/09/2011.
4. WILLIAMSBURG $1,191,352.50
22 North 6th Street, #10C GMAP P*Shark
A sale at the Edge’s South Tower, listing has been pulled. Entered into contract on 9/29/11; closed on 10/20/11; deed recorded on 12/08/2011.
5. WILLIAMSBURG $1,186,261.25
34 North 7th Street, #9B GMAP P*Shark
A sale at the Edge’s North Tower for a 1,170-square-foot two bed/two bath. Entered into contract on 9/14/11; closed on 11/14/11; deed recorded on 12/07/2011.
Apropos of not much at all, here’s a roundup of the five most expensive properties on the market in Mill Basin listed on Trulia. The houses, which run from $2.45 million up to $4 million, are all on the waterfront. Swimming pools appear to be prized in the neighborhood, and the decor is eclectic…
#1, pictured above: Address Not Disclosed; listed for $4 million. Listing says: “Featuring gorgeous brand new top of the line custom European kitchen with onyx countertops. 3 oversized bdrms with custom made closets & balconies off every bdrm. Master bdrm suite with exquisite master bath with sauna & jacuzzi. Custom European doors, 2 fireplaces, custom parquet flrs, cathedral ceilings & French doors leading to bkyd with dock , boat slip, jet ski slips & heated inground pool.”
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1. MANHATTAN BEACH $3,170,0007
110 Beaumont Street GMAP
This home comes with a Trulia listing with just a few pictures. The single-family, six-bedroom house was asking $3,999,995. It was on the market for more than 180 days before getting bought up. Entered into contract on 9/28/10; closed on 2/22/11; deed recorded on 3/7/2011.
2. BROOKLYN HEIGHTS $3,000,000
28 Middagh Street GMAP
We covered this sale in a post last week. As we mentioned, the home is the recipient of the Brooklyn Heights Association’s 2006 Award for Architectural Excellence. When it was HOTD the ask was a whopping $4,200,000. Streeteasy shows a ton of price cuts, eventually down to $3,250,000, before it sold. Average reader appraisal higher than the selling price, at $3,202,132; Entered into contract on 11/10/10; closed on 2/14/2011; deed recorded on 3/7/11.
3. WILLIAMSBURG $1,884,000
50 Bayard Street, #PH4 GMAP
This is a penthouse sale at the Ikon Condos in Williamsburg. We featured another penthouse unit here, #PH3 which was an appealing, single-story pad on the market for $1,700,000. But this particular duplex unit, #PH4, was on the market for $2,460,000 for 2,460 square feet of space. It was cut to $2,399,000 before selling. Entered into contract on 11/1/2010; closed on 2/23/2010; deed recorded on 3/7/11.
4. FORT GREENE $1,452,500
204 Clermont Avenue GMAP
204 Clermont has been HOTD three whole times, (2008, 2009 and 2010) and it has finally sold. Each time the verdict was that the house has some good bones but is still a little rough around the edges. At its highest, this was priced at $2,500,000. At its lowest it was asking $1,545,000. Average reader appraisal $1,246,305; entered into contract on 10/1/2010; closed on 2/16/2011; deed recorded on 3/7/11.
On Friday The Real Deal reported that the Brooklyn Navy Yard Development Corp had canned PA Associates, which was supposed to develop Admiral’s Row, after the firm’s founder was accused of “funneling $472,500 in bribes to State Senator Carl Kruger.” A Navy Yard spokesperson and Councilwoman Letitia James both said the project would still move forward, albeit with a different, unspecified developer. In other Kruger fallout news, The Post reported that a shopping complex in Mill Basin that Forest City Ratner is developing was held up for three years by the state senator because Kruger didn’t want the city to begin a public review on a non-FCR section of the site “and [FCR] was concerned that segmenting the project could hurt its plans, sources said.” Kruger and Bruce Bender, a vice president for government relations at FCR, “are longtime allies,” according to the article, though neither Bender or FCR were charged in the Kruger corruption suit.
Brooklyn Navy Yard Fires Development Firm Linked to Bribery Scheme [TRD]
1. BROOKLYN HEIGHTS $2,650,000
286 Hicks Street GMAP
When 286 Hicks was a HOTD in July 2010, we said the house was a bit narrow but there wasn’t much to quibble with. We guessed there would be lots of interest but weren’t sure if it would get close to ask… and after two price drops, it brought in a price even less than what the widget predicted. Average reader appraisal was $2,676,533. Entered into contract on 11/29/10; closed on 1/27/11; deed recorded on 2/7/2011.
2. BROOKLYN HEIGHTS $2,424,000
360 Furman Street, #210 GMAP
Another big sale at One Brooklyn Bridge Park. This 2,764-square-foot three-bedroom apartment was first on the market for $2,875,000. This was way back in February 2010, and although the unit sold in the same month, the sale wasn’t recorded until last week. Entered into contract on 11/15/10; closed on 1/27/2011; deed recorded on 2/11/11.
3. MILL BASIN $2,100,000
2410 National Drive GMAP
No listing for this one-family home, right on the water. All we know is that the property spans 2,955 square foot on a 6,000 square foot lot. The house looks fairly modern from this Property Shark photo. Entered into contract on 9/1/2010; closed on 2/1/2011; deed recorded on 2/11/11.
4. PARK SLOPE $1,700,000
527 9th Street GMAP
This spacious-looking limestone didn’t last long on the market, only 36 days. It was on the market for $1.8M, not too bad a cut! Entered into contract on 11/21/2010; closed on 12/31/2010; deed recorded on 2/11/11.
5. WILLIAMSBURG $1,419,000
330 Wythe Avenue, #2K GMAP
We’ve featured a high-end rental at 330 Wythe, but haven’t checked out the condos here. The listing describes this as a “1750 sq ft loft, 2 full bath, open duplex loft with 19 ft ceilings, exposed brick walls, and private patio.” From the pictures, it looks really nice to us. Entered into contract on 11/15/2010; closed on 1/20/11; deed recorded on 2/7/11.
Photos via PropertyShark.
1. PROSPECT HEIGHTS $2,341,975
1 Grand Army Plaza, Unit 11E GMAP
The asking price for this 3-bedroom, 2 bathroom, 1,825-sf condo in the Richard Meier on Prospect Park was listed at $2,750,000. According to its listing on StreetEasy, it has a “spacious living area with floor-to-ceiling wall-to-wall glass for optimal light and endless park, city and harbor views. Balcony to the South provides unlimited opportunities for entertaining.” Entered into contract on 2/7/10; closed on 6/17/10; deed recorded on 6/30/10.
2. PARK SLOPE $1,900,000
641 10th Street GMAP
This charming 3,368-sf, 2-family brownstone was House of the Day in September ’08 when the asking price was $2,399,000 — and it was HOTD again in June ’09 when the price was reduced to $2,250,000. Average Reader Appraisal was $1,809,095. Entered into contract on 4/19/10; closed on 6/21/10; deed recorded on 6/30/10.
3. MILL BASIN $1,600,000
2634 National Drive GMAP
The asking price for this waterfront 1-family 2,716-sf home was $1,800,000, according to PropertyShark. Entered into contract on 8/25/10; closed on 2/17/10; deed recorded on 7/1/10.
4. PROSPECT HEIGHTS $1,420,000
286 Park Place GMAP
“This grand four story two family on prime Prospect Heights Street dripping with original detail, and two story extension could be yours. The lot is 131 feet long and the house has a deep garden,” says its listing. According to PropertyShark, the asking price for this 3,992-sf building was $1,572,000. Entered into contract on 6/1/10; closed on 6/22/10; deed recorded on 7/2/10.
Photos from PropertyShark.
1. DUMBO $3,200,000
1 Main Street, #6B GMAP
Located in Dumbo’s Clocktower, “This corner three bedroom loft plus den has walls of oversized windows with stunning park and Brooklyn and Manhattan Bridge views. The stainless chef’s kitchen opens into an over-sized living room,” says its listing on StreetEasy. This 2,592-sf condo has 3 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, and 1 half bath, and it was listed at $3,399,000 in August 2009. Entered into contract on 2/19/10; closed on 3/19/10; deed recorded on 3/31/10.
2. PARK SLOPE $3,125,000
36 Montgomery Place GMAP
“A c.1889 C.P.H. Gilbert-designed Romanesque Revival mansion on Park Slope’s elegant and coveted Montgomery Place! … As a one-family home, it offers five full floors of elegantly proportioned rooms, opulent architectural detail, soaring ceilings, a sunny refuge in the rear sitting room, deck and south-facing garden,” says its listing on StreetEasy. This 15-room “Roman brick and rock-face brownstone” has 6,350 sf, 7 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, and 1 half bath. It was an Open House Pick back in May, when its asking price was $3,700,000. Entered into contract on 2/23/09; closed on 3/18/10; deed recorded on 3/29/10.
3. MILL BASIN $1,820,000
2600 National Drive GMAP
Somebody’s livin’ large in Mill Basin! According to its listing, this “Miami-style waterfront home” offers 4 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms, 2 half baths, a 1-car garage and 2-car driveway, panoramic water views, a heated infinity pool, a deck, and (wait for it) a jet ski ramp. Entered into contract on 2/9/10; closed on 3/11/10; deed recorded on 3/29/10.
4. MIDWOOD $1,350,000
1189 Ocean Parkway, #2B GMAP
Located in the Bristol, the Crown Jewel of Ocean Parkway, says StreetEasy. According to PropertyShark, this condo spans 1,842 sf. Entered into contract on 1/8/10; closed on 2/26/10; deed recorded on 4/1/10.
5. CARROLL GARDENS $1,175,000, #4A
348 Sackett Street #3 GMAP
Our prior Biggest Sales post included 2 units from 348 Sackett Street, a “brand new, five story elevator building,” and here’s a third. According to StreetEasy, this 1,344-sf condo has 3 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms, and its asking price was $1,200,000. Entered into contract on 10/15/09; closed on 3/17/10; deed recorded on 3/29/10.
Photos from Property Shark.