We’re taking a look back at Memorial Day week and checking in on how some of our featured listings fared on the market.
This former House of the Day is a bona fide mansion, or a former one anyway — a five-story Renaissance Revival house built in the late 19th century along “Sportsmen’s Row” on 8th Avenue in Park Slope. With ground-floor offices topped by four floor-through apartments it’s set up as an investment property, though how much former grandeur could be restored to, say, an owner’s triplex is an alluring question. It’s still on the market.
This attractive co-op on the top floor of a prewar Flatbush building offers a good deal of space, and light from four exposures. There are four bedrooms, in addition to a large living room and a full dining room, so it could house a family with a handful of kids, as long as you could tolerate sharing a single small bathroom. A Condo of the Day pick, it sold in September for $775,000 — $75,000 above ask.
This spacious Greenwood Heights condominium feels like a detached home. With 1,900 square feet of space, it offers abundant room, with such amenities as an office and den/home entertainment center. The living room flows from a modern, open kitchen to dining area to garden for entertaining possibilities. It’s an ideal layout for indoor/outdoor living. This former Listing of the Day sold in October for $1.2 million.
Last up, there’s a three-story brownstone that sits on 11th Street in Park Slope, off 5th Avenue. Photos are scant for this one, and some work may be in order, but it’s got some original detail, including wainscoting, pocket doors and shutters, a marble mantel, inlaid floors and plaster moldings. At the moment, it’s set up as a three-bedroom lower duplex with an apartment on top. It was an Open House Pick and sold in October for $1.995 million.
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