Brooklyn Real Estate Listings Six Months Later: One Sold, One In Contract


    This week, we’re taking a mental escape from this May heat wave to look at how four of our listings from November fared on the market.

    First up is a circa 1890 building designed by Montrose Morris, the lauded architect whose Queen Anne and Romanesque Revival buildings are among the jewels of brownstone Brooklyn. This one’s located at 109 South 9th Street and is a Queen Anne, freestanding, 24-foot-wide four-story brick building with 8,300 square feet of space. This House of the Day is no longer on the market.

    This South Slope one-bedroom co-op is recently renovated and quite nice, with high ceilings, a decent amount of space and a wood-burning fireplace. It’s on the second floor of an eight-unit building at 454 11th Street, near the F and G trains and not far from Prospect Park. This Co-Op of the Day sold for the asking price of $625,000 in February.

    This barrel-front brownstone, at 1090 Carroll Street in south Crown Heights, needs work, but there’s plenty of potential here. There’s a fair amount of original detail within, including coffered ceilings, wainscoting, built-in cabinetry, leaded glass, fireplace mantels, and parquet floors. The exterior of this early 20th century house is a beaut as well. This House of the Day is no longer available.

    In Sunset Park on 51st Street, is a semi-detached three-story brownstone, which the listing describes as “a masterpiece.” Twenty feet wide, the house has an upper duplex, with three bedrooms and three full baths, and a garden rental, which is duplexed with a finished basement. The owner’s duplex has an open plan first floor, with recessed lighting, exposed brick accents, mod light fixtures, a kitchen with an island and copious white cabinetry, and a paneled-glass rear wall leading out to a steel-railed deck. This Open House Pick is in contract.


    109 South 9th Street
    Price: $6.25 million
    Area: Williamsburg
    Broker: Core (Patrick Lilly)
    Montrose Morris-Designed Queen Anne Apartment Building in ‘Burg Asks $6.25 Million
    See it here ->
    Taken off the market in March


    454 11th Street #2R
    Price: $625,000
    Area: Park Slope
    Broker: Mont Sky (Chris Zhou)
    South Slope Co-op With Wood-Burning Fireplace, Renovated Kitchen Asks $625K
    See it here ->
    Sold in February for $625,000

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    1090 Carroll Street
    Price: $2.395 million
    Area: Crown Heights
    Broker: Corcoran (Daniel Cohen, Frank Castelluccio)
    Barrel-Fronted Crown Heights Brownstone With Details, Garage Asks $2.395 Million
    See it here ->
    Taken off the market in March


    413 51st Street
    Price: $1.695 million
    Area: Sunset Park
    Broker: Bedford Brownstone Realty (Nathan Pinsky)
    Four Renovated Houses to See This Weekend, Starting at $1.049 Million
    See it here ->
    In Contract

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