Last Week’s Biggest Sales


1. PARK SLOPE $3,662,500
858 Carroll Street GMAP
When this gorgeous 1-family Romanesque Revival house was House of the Day back in May, it has just hit the market with an asking price of $3,895,000. Five stories tall and more than 22 feet wide, it’s got lots of original charm and a good lookin’ kitchen. Average Reader Appraisal was $3,293,565. Entered into contract on 8/20/10; closed on 9/30/10; deed recorded on 10/13/10.

2. BROOKLYN HEIGHTS $1,563,013.75
360 Furman Street, Unit 1209 GMAP
StreetEasy doesn’t have a listing associated with this particular unit at One Brooklyn Bridge Park. Entered into contract on 8/5/10; closed on 10/4/10; deed recorded on 10/15/10.

3. PROSPECT HEIGHTS $1,550,000
107 St. Marks Avenue GMAP
According to its listing on StreetEasy, “This oversized 21′ wide brownstone… is currently a legal 4-family with one apt per floor… A grand parlor floor boasts soaring ceilings with wedding cake plaster detail, as well as a pier mirror, ornate marble mantel, arched raised-panel & etched glass pocket doors, window shutters, parquet flooring, etc.” Entered into contract on 7/19/10; closed on 10/4/10; deed recorded on 10/14/10.

4. COBBLE HILL $1,500,000
49 Douglass Street GMAP
“Endless possibilities exist in this 4-family, 25 foot wide brick townhouse… Original details exist throughout the house including decorative fireplaces with mantels on each floor, wide plank pine floors, pocket doors, oversized windows, and endless sunlight all day… the large backyard is perfect for gardener,” says its listing on StreetEasy. Asking price was $1,450,000. Entered into contract on 6/24/10; closed on 9/21/10; deed recorded on 10/14/10.

5. CARROLL GARDENS $1,400,000
43 4th Place GMAP
A House of the Day in August, this 3-story, 3-unit building seemed a bit lacking in charm and original details. Original asking price was $1,495,000, and unfortunately, the widget wasn’t running on its HOTD post. Entered into contract on 8/25/10; closed on 10/1/10; deed recorded on 10/13/10.

Photos from PropertyShark.

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