Brooklyn Real Estate Listings Six Months Later: All Four Sold


    This week, we’re taking a look six months back to check on four of our featured listings, including a single-family home in Bay Ridge and studio co-op in Prospect Heights.

    This red brick and brownstone 1880s townhouse, at 158 Berkeley Place in the Park Slope Historic District, offers some nice original details and some layout flexibility for those up for a little reconfiguring. Currently a two-family set up with double duplexes, the four-story house could be a renovated into a triplex over a rental or a grand single family with a little work. This House of the Day sold in June for $2.615 million, $170,000 below ask.

    Here’s a highly livable Bay Ridge single-family that looks to be in move-in shape — digs that might well run upwards of $2 million in Park Slope or Cobble Hill. At 354 86th Street, it’s got a perk you’re unlikely to find in those hoods: an interior garage. Dating to the early 20th century, the house has an exterior of yellow brick, with angled bay windows, a front porch and a red-tiled roof. This House of the Day sold in March for $870,000, $29,000 below ask.

    Located in a prewar building at 125 Eastern Parkway in Prospect Heights, this studio co-op is attractive and newly renovated, with high ceilings and some nice original detailing. It hits the market at the same time as a similar apartment below, opening up the option to buy them both and create a duplex.The studio has an arched entryway, original plaster wall detailing and a new floor of dark-stained wood. This Co-op of the Day sold in June for the ask price of $349,000.

    This last home is a Bed Stuy flip, and a reasonably thoughtful one, thoroughly and nicely renovated with exposed brick, recessed lighting, and herringbone and wide-plank oak floors. There’s a one-bedroom apartment on the bottom and an owner’s triplex above. The latter has a full-floor master suite up top, with a huge walk-in closet, a marble-tiled bath with a claw foot tub, and a ladder leading up to a roof deck. This Open House Pick sold in June for $2.05 million, $49,000 below ask.


    158 Berkeley Place
    Price: $2.785 million
    Area: Park Slope
    Broker: Halstead (Geraldine Griffin, Rod Murray)
    Landmarked North Slope Townhouse With Neo-Grec Details, Parquet Asks $2.785 Million
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    Sold in June for $2.615 million


    354 86th Street
    Price: $899,000
    Area: Bay Ridge
    Broker: Brown Harris Stevens (Sandra Balan, Samantha Pinkowitz)
    Picturesque Prewar House With Bay Windows, Interior Garage in Bay Ridge Asks $899K
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    Sold in March for $870,000

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    125 Eastern Parkway #4K
    Price: $349,000
    Area: Prospect Heights
    Broker: Corcoran (Tracy McLean)
    Prewar Prospect Heights Studio With Renovated Kitchen, Near Brooklyn Museum Asks $349K
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    Sold in June for $349,000

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    18 Brevoort Place
    Price: $2.099 million
    Area: Bed Stuy
    Broker: Douglas Elliman (Ariel Tavivian, Yair Tavivian)
    Strap on Your Hiking Boots, We’ve Got Four Far-Flung Open Houses to See, Starting at $625K
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    Sold in June for $2.05 million

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