Brooklyn Real Estate Six Months Later: One Sold, One Still Available, Two in Contract


    Another week, another look back at four of our featured listings from six months ago, focusing on homes in Kensington, Park Slope and Brooklyn Heights. How did they fare?

    A studio co-op in Kensington has a large foyer and a separate kitchen and dining area that may offset the disadvantages of the combined living room and bedroom. This former Co-op of the Day recently entered contract.

    An unusual brownstone in the Park Slope Historic District was apparently built originally as a flats building, not a townhouse. This former House of the Day recently entered contract.

    In South Slope, an eye-catching freestanding wood-frame house painted bright yellow with an historic wood cornice is at least as old as the 1840s or ’50s if not older. This former Open House Pick sold in July for $1.675 million, which was $520,000 under ask.

    A highly photographed circa 1850s Brooklyn Heights carriage house with a yellow stucco facade has a carefully considered modern interior as fabulous today as it was when new. This former House of the Day is still available for $4.2 million, a price cut of $250,000.


    280 Ocean Parkway,#3U
    Price: $299,000
    Area: Kensington
    Broker: Corcoran (Tom Le, Justin Tierney)
    See it here ->
    In contract

    park slope interior

    569 10th Street
    Price: $2.889 million
    Area: Park Slope
    Broker: Brooklyn Properties Of Seventh Ave Inc. (Trisha Webster)
    See it here ->
    In contract

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    park slope house

    341 13th Street
    Price: $2.195 million
    Area: Park Slope
    Broker: Corcoran (Julie Rhinehart)
    See it here ->
    Sold in July for $1.675 million

    brooklyn heights carriage house

    51 Sidney Place
    Price: $4.45 million
    Area: Brooklyn Heights
    Broker: Skyline Realty LLC
    See it here ->
    Still available for $4.2 million

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