Last Week’s Biggest Sales


1. GRAVESEND $5,150,000
1996 East 5th Street GMAP
There isn’t a lot of information on 1996 East 5th Street. All we could pick up is that it is a 2,400-square-foot one family on a 4,000-square-foot lot. The Property Shark photo isn’t revealing much either. Entered into contract on 1/11/11; closed on 1/11/11; deed recorded on 1/18/2011.

2. GRAVESEND $3,385,000
2085 Ocean Parkway GMAP
This two-family home is big: 4,266 square feet on a 6,000 square foot lot. What do you make of it from the photo (on right)? Entered into contract on 12/3/10; closed on 12/30/2010; deed recorded on 1/21/11.

3. PARK SLOPE $1,536,392.81
638 President Street GMAP
This condo sale comes from the once-controversial development in Park Slope. There are four units in the building and StreetEasy shows two selling over $1M. This particular four-bedroom unit is a duplex with a private roof-deck and a balcony. It was listed for $1,749,000 in 2009 and got gradually price slashed. Entered into contract on 12/3/2010; closed on 1/7/2011; deed recorded on 1/20/11.

4. BOROUGH PARK $1,300,000
1618 51st Street GMAP
This is a two-family, two-story, 5,180 square foot house. Entered into contract on 6/3/2010; closed on 12/31/2010; deed recorded on 1/18/11.

5. PROSPECT HEIGHTS $1,095,000
1 Grand Army Plaza, #6D GMAP
This latest sale at On Prospect Park was for a one bedroom, two bathroom. That’s a lotta money for a one bedroom, but the layout does afford extra space with the possibility of a convertible bedroom. It first went to market for $1,500,000 then came down to $1,300,000. Entered into contract on 8/25/2010; closed on 12/30/10; deed recorded on 1/21/11.

Photos via PropertyShark.

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