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


    This week, we’re taking a look back six months to check in on how four of our featured listings fared, including a Park Slope brownstone and a co-op in Midwood.

    First up is a late 19th century brick and brownstone townhouse in Park Slope that could work as a rehab project or an investment property. Located at 710 Degraw Street between 4th and 5th avenues, it’s a four-story with an apartment on each floor, with near 4,000 square feet in total. This former House of the Day is no longer available.

    This landmarked four-story Cobble Hill townhouse, at 394 Henry Street, comes fully occupied, the listing specifies, and might make most sense as an investment property. One could rehab the top three floors into a grand single-family spread, but the garden level is off limits for the near term: It houses a daycare center with a five-year lease. This House of the Day is still available.

    Next, this new two-bedroom unit in Midwood is quite large, and has a pair of outdoor spaces and a number of features that’ll appeal to certain buyers, like dual refrigerators. It’s in a recently constructed building called the Bristol, at 1195 Ocean Parkway, at the corner of Avenue L. This Condo of the Day sold in may for the ask price of $899,000.

    It’s over to Bushwick for the last one, a yellow-brick two-story with a bay front. Twenty feet wide and 55 feet deep, it holds a pair of floor-through apartments, whose exact layout is unclear without a floor plan. There’s also an English basement, currently unfinished. Photos are few, and suggest some work is in order; there are original details though, including stained glass, a pier mirror, built-in cabinets, moldings and ceiling medallions. This Open House Pick sold in March for $1.34 million, $10,000 below ask.


    710 Degraw Street
    Price: $3.396 million
    Area: Park Slope
    Broker: Halstead (Peggy Aguayo, Justin Goldstein)
    Park Slope Four-Family Brick With Mantels, Original Tile, Shutters Asks $3.396 Million
    See it here ->
    No longer available as of May


    394 Henry Street
    Price: $3.75 million
    Area: Cobble Hill
    Broker: Charles Rutenberg (Daniel Dinov)
    Cobble Hill Townhouse With Tenants, Investment Potential Asks $3.75 Million
    See it here ->
    Still Available

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    1195 Ocean Parkway #6A
    Price: $899,000
    Area: Midwood
    Broker: Charles Rutenberg (Anne Marie Salmeri)
    Midwood Condo with Two Bedrooms, Two Balconies and Two Refrigerators Asks $899K
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    Sold in May for $899,000

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    1210 Jefferson Street
    Price: $1.35 million
    Area: Bushwick
    Broker: Bedford Brownstone Realty (Nathan Pinsky)
    Two Flips and Two Townhouses With Potential to See This Weekend, Starting at $1.2 Million
    See it here ->
    $1.34 million

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