Owners of 115 Lincoln Place Shopping House After Neighbors Block Extension


The owners of 115 Lincoln Place in Park Slope have been quietly shopping the house around after neighbors successfully blocked a proposed extension. They are asking $2,300,000 to $2,500,000 for the house, a fixer-upper, according to BK to the Fullest. Owners Michael and Sarah London purchased the property in May for $2,000,000, public records show.

Meanwhile, although they haven’t sold 115 yet, they have already purchased a new home. In February, they closed on a limestone at 627 3rd Street in Park Slope, less than half a block from the park, for $3,850,000.

Built in 1910, the limestone was designed by noted architect Axel Hedman. As it happens, previous owners also proposed an extension that was opposed by neighbors and, as far as we can tell, never built. It has been an HOTD twice. Like 115 Lincoln Place, it is also landmarked.

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