Last Week’s Biggest Sales


1. BOERUM HILL $3,900,000
247 Dean Street GMAP P*Shark
This four-story townhouse started out asking $3,750,000, then jumped to $3,950,000. It only spent two months on the market. You can see the old listing here. Deed recorded on 1/23/2013.

2. PARK SLOPE $3,350,000
560 3rd Street GMAP P*Shark
This limestone was listed as a HOTD in October. Here’s what we said: “Inside is woodwork, parquet, fireplaces, and period lighting galore. The single-family house has seven bedrooms, and if the floor plan is up to date, all the original passthroughs and marble sinks and such are still there.” Ask: $3,550,000. Deed recorded on 1/25/2013.

3. BOERUM HILL $3,325,000
362 Pacific Street, #2 GMAP P*Shark
This is the unusual home built in Boerum Hill by an architect and landscape designer couple, also profiled in the Wall Street Journal. Unit 2–the second, third and penthouse floor with an outdoor deck–was up for sale, asking $3.8 million. Deed recorded on 1/22/2013.

4. BROOKLYN HEIGHTS $3,162,500
5 Columbia Place GMAP P*Shark
This home was listed last year for $3,650,000, pulled off the market and re-listed for $3,499,000. At that price, it lasted two months on the market. Here’s the old listing. Deed recorded on 1/23/2013.

5. MIDWOOD $2,075,000
1017 East 7th Street GMAP P*Shark
Here’s what the listing said: “‘Estate Sale’ single family house on 40’x120′ ft lot on one of Midwood’s most desirable blocks. Almost 5,000 buildable sq. ft.” It was asking $2,499,000. Deed recorded on 1/23/2013.

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