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

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    This week, we’re looking back six months and checking in on four of our featured listings from the fall.

    First up is a stunner of a brownstone, a renovated four-story Italianate on Washington Avenue in Clinton Hill that beautifully blends graceful original detail and modern updating. The latter includes a minimalist Henrybuilt kitchen. In the “graceful original detail” department, there are parquet floors, lovely marble mantels, crown moldings, arched door frames, pocket shutters, and a mahogany newel post. This former House of the Day sold in October for $3.85 million, $500,000 above ask.

    Next, this seven-bedroom Edwardian standalone at 2201 Glenwood Road in South Midwood needs work, but it offers a ton of space and some choice original details, and looks like it could polish up into something quite nice. This former House of the Day is still available for $1.26 million with another broker, a price drop of $39,000.

    A Prospect Heights one-bedroom delivers plenty of early 20th century charm, with its fetching original wooden door and window frames, its gorgeous mirrored mantel and its classic black-and-white tiled bathroom, with Art Deco-era tub. It’s on the first floor of a 10-unit Renaissance Revival-style building at 207 Park Place, designed by Thomas Bennett for developer Louis Bonert in 1901. This former Co-op of the Day sold in January for $630,000, $15,000 above ask.

    In Windsor Terrace, we’ve got a semi-detached corner brick house dating back to 1915 that’s showing for the first time. This one’s not a flip, but looks to be in perfect move-in condition. A one-family with three bedrooms, it’s got light from three exposures, nice parquet floors throughout, a front yard with a porch and a nice bay-windowed living room. There’s also an English basement with a heated garage, storage space, a rec room, a half-bath and a laundry room. This Open House Pick sold in March for $1.307 million, $12,000 above ask.

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    370 Washington Avenue
    Price: $3.35 million
    Area: Clinton Hill
    Broker: Brown Harris Stevens (Nadine Adamson, Kelsey Hall)
    Stunning Renovated Brownstone With Henrybuilt Kitchen, Other Modern Updates Asks $3.35 Million
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    Sold in October for $3.85 million

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    2201 Glenwood Road
    Price: $1.299 Million
    Area: Ditmas Park
    Broker: Compass (Dan Bentov, Adam Sikorski)
    Edwardian Standalone in South Midwood in Need of Updating Asks $1.299 Million
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    Still available for $1.26 million


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    207 Park Place #1FW
    Price: $615,000
    Area: Prospect Heights
    Broker: Corcoran (Andrew Fink)
    Classic Prospect Heights One-Bedroom Co-op With Details, Near Park Asks $615K
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    Sold in January for 630,000

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    301 Caton Avenue
    Price: $1.295 million
    Area: Windsor Terrace
    Broker: Douglas Elliman (Ronald Saltarrelli)
    Four Houses in Move-in Condition to See This Weekend
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    Sold in March for $1.307 million

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