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


    As the days slowly begin to get longer, we’re looking back to when sunlight was more abundant to check in on four of our featured listings from August.

    First up is a three-story brick house on a quiet block of President Street in Gowanus, in an area where all manner of building has been going on. It’s a two-family house that looks like it could use some updating, but has a bit of original detail, including a pair of marble fireplaces. This former House of the Day sold in January for $2.2 million, $250,000 below ask.

    If you’re a chiropractor or orthodontist in need of a one-bedroom apartment, this mixed-use building at 387 6th Avenue in Park Slope could be right up your alley. On a corner lot, the former brick townhouse with a garage in the rear now consists of commercial space on the first floor and a pair of apartments above. This former House of the Day is still available for a reduced price of $2.68 million.

    An attractive three-bedroom condo occupies three floors of a newly condo-ized Late Victorian brownstone, at 503 Halsey Street in Bed Stuy. It’s all newly renovated, with preserved original Neo-Grec details that include ornate mantels, mirrors, stained glass and plaster detailing. This former Condo of the Day sold in December for $1.264 million, after changing brokers and apartment numbers for $315,000 below ask. (Formerly A, it’s now 1.)

    The next one has quite a bit of original detail but looks like it will need the usual overhaul. On Saint Marks Avenue in Crown Heights, the brick two-family could probably use some skim coating, floor refinishing and updates in the kitchen and baths. Right now it’s set up as two three-bedroom apartments. It’s on a deep lot of 130 feet. This former Open House Pick is in contract.


    364 President Street
    Price: $2.45 million
    Area: Gowanus
    Broker: Brooklyn-Real (Frances Kopito, Amy Leone)
    Gowanus Brick Row House With Marble Mantels, Homey Touches Asks $2.45 Million
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    Sold in January for $2.2 million


    387 6th Avenue
    Price: $2.995 million
    Area: Park Slope
    Broker: Douglas Elliman (Judith Brooks Pare)
    Spiffed-Up Park Slope Corner Townhouse With Commercial Space Wants $2.995 Million
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    Still available for $2.68 million

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    503 Halsey Street #A
    Price: $1.579 million
    Area: Bed Stuy
    Broker: Citi Habitats (Jason Warner)
    Stuy Heights Brownstone Triplex Condo Asks $1.579 Million
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    Sold in December for $1.264 million


    866 Prospect Place
    Price: $2.2 million
    Area: Crown Heights
    Broker: BH Tal (Chaya Zarchi, Renee Weiss)
    From Flip to Fixer-Upper, Four Houses to See This Weekend
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    In contract

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