Brooklyn Real Estate Listings Six Months Later: Three Sold, One Still Available


    This week, we’re taking a look back to Christmas week of last year, when we featured a limestone in PLG and Chloe Sevigny’s co-op in Park Slope. How did they do on the market?

    First up is the Classic Seven co-op actress Chloe Sevigny bought on Prospect Park West just over three years ago — and it’s a pretty smashing pad. At 9 Prospect Park West, it’s one of the most desirable prewar co-ops in Brooklyn — a massive and elegant spread that overlooks the park, classic with some modern touches. This Co-op of the Day sold in March for $2.70 million, $50,000 below ask.

    Big and beauteous are two words that could fairly be applied to this prime Prospect Park South specimen, at 916 Albemarle Road. Especially big — the freestanding house has seven bedrooms, most of them huge, and 3,886 feet of interior space on a 50-by-120-foot lot. The landmarked, circa-1909 frame house also has a wraparound front porch, a rear terrace and a back yard with a koi pond. This House of the Day sold in May for $2.1 million, $149,000 below ask.

    Here’s a choice Prospect Lefferts Gardens limestone on a prime block, at 133 Maple Street between Bedford and Rogers. A landmarked one-family designed by prolific Brooklyn Axel Hedman in 1909, it’s in good shape and has some desirable original details. Those include intricate crown moldings, decorative mantels, pocket doors, banisters, ornamental plaster, wainscoting and other original woodwork. This House of the Day is still available.

    Last up is a Prospect Heights brownstone that’s decidedly less move-in ready. We can’t tell you what it looks like inside, as the listing offers no interior photos, but it makes it clear that an architect will come in handy for whoever buys it. It’s set up as a one-family with four bedrooms; the listing references details including brick fireplaces, tin ceilings, original woodwork and pocket doors. This Open House Pick sold in February for $2.025 millon, $275,000 below ask.


    9 Prospect Park West #2C
    Price: $2.75 million
    Area: Park Slope
    Broker: Corcoran (J. Eric Becker, Quinn Hagstrand)
    Chloe Sevigny Puts Classic 7 Park Slope Prewar on the Market for $2.75 Million
    See it here ->
    Sold in March for $2.70 million


    916 Albemarle Road
    Price: $2.249 million
    Area: Prospect Park South
    Broker: Nest Seekers (Rachel Simons, Ryan Serhant)
    Sprawling Prospect Park South Home With Wraparound Porch, Koi Pond Asks $2.249 Million
    See it here ->
    Sold in May for $2.1 million

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    133 Maple Street
    Price: $2.295 million
    Area: Prospect Lefferts Gardens
    Broker: Century 21 (Ali Tom, Gamal Hasan)
    Landmarked PLG Limestone With Barrel Front, Mantels Asks $2.295 Million
    See it here ->
    Still Available


    184 Park Place
    Price: $2.3 million
    Area: Prospect Heights
    Broker: Douglas Elliman (Howard Margolis, Marie Espinal, Jeff Adler)
    Four Open Houses to See Before the Holidays, Including One With a Visit From Santa
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    Sold in February for $2.025 million

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