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

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    Once again, we’re taking a look back at four of featured listings from six months to see how they fared on the market. This week, we have homes in Park Slope, Bed Stuy and Windsor Terrace.

    Starting us off, this home in Park Slope’s historic district that’s one of a group of three designed in 1892 by architects Heins & LaFarge. Located at 488 4th Street, it’s Neo-Georgian in style, with some Queen Anne and Romanesque Revival features. There are two-story bay windows, an oval stained glass window on the second floor and a stone band that runs along the top of the first-floor windows and front entrance. This former House of the Day sold in September for $3.89 million, which was $105,000 below the asking price.

    Next, a one-bedroom co-op in a Park Slope brownstone that has original details as well as outdoor space. Built in 1903 by architect and builder Benjamin Driesler, it’s located within the neighborhood’s historic district at 648 2nd Street, a half block from Prospect Park. This former Co-op of the Day sold in June for $945,000, which was $96,000 above the asking price.

    Then, we have a spacious turn-of-the-century Romanesque/Renaissance Revival townhouse that’s filled with exceptional examples of period millwork. Located at 593 Jefferson Avenue in Bed Stuy, it was designed by noted 19th century architects Langston and Dahlander. This former House of the Day is still on the market for $2.995 million, which is $105,000 below the initial asking price.

    Wrapping it up this week in Windsor Terrace, a brick row house less than half a block from Prospect Park. According to the listing, this is only the third time this two-family has been on the market since its construction. Nicely renovated and brimming with attractive period details including original millwork, stained glass and a clawfoot tub, it’s currently configured as a two-bedroom rental over an owner’s duplex. This former Open House Pick sold in July for the asking price of $2.1 million.

    brooklyn homes for sale park slope 488 4th street

    488 4th Street
    Price: $3.995 million
    Area: Park Slope
    Broker: Halstead (Janice Cimberg, Michael Petrosino, Karen Wolfe)
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    Sold in September for $3.89 million

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    648 2nd Street #4
    Price: $849,000
    Area: Park Slope
    Broker: Corcoran (Nicole Gallucio, Kathleen Berg)
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    Sold in June for $945,000


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    brooklyn homes for sale bed stuy 593 jefferson avenue

    593 Jefferson Avenue
    Price: $3.1 million
    Area: Bed Stuy
    Broker: Halstead (Morgan Munsey, Donna Myrie, Perri Defino)
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    Still available

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    234 Seeley Street
    Price: $2.1 million
    Area: Windsor Terrace
    Broker: Compass (Maxine Resnick, Alyssa Morris)
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    Sold in July for $2.1 million

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