Last Week’s Biggest Sales


1. PARK SLOPE $5,203,550
19 Montgomery Place GMAP P*Shark
A big sale on Montgomery Place. When this was a HOTD in February we said: “It’s not everyday you see a 30-foot-wide single-family house hit the market, as this one at 19 Montgomery Place just did. Given the prime Park Slope location and architectural pedigree (designed by C.P. H. Gilbert), the price tag on this one ain’t small: $4,750,000.” Looks like there was a huge demand. Entered into contract on 3/19/12; closed on 6/5/12; deed recorded on 6/19/2012.

2. PARK SLOPE $2,350,000
104 Berkeley Place GMAP P*Shark
When this was HOTD in January, we lamented over the two crappy interior photos in the listing. We had no way to know if the home was worth the $2,500,000 asking price. Entered into contract on 4/6/12; closed on 6/6/12; deed recorded on 6/22/2012.

3. BROOKLYN HEIGHTS $2,301,245
360 Furman Street, #836 GMAP P*Shark
The listing’s been pulled for this condo sale at 1 BBP. Entered into contract on 4/23/12; closed on 6/1/12; deed recorded on 6/21/2012.

4. BOERUM HILL $2,200,000
278 Hoyt Street GMAP P*Shark
An OHP this March. The single family home was listed for $2,300,000. Entered into contract on 4/25/12; closed on 5/31/12; deed recorded on 6/18/2012.

5. PARK SLOPE $2,200,000
489 3rd Street GMAP P*Shark
Another HOTD, this time in January. Here’s what we said: “The house as a whole appears to have plenty of original detail as well as an attractive general vibe. The 22-foot-wide property is currently configured with two floor-through apartments over an owner’s duplex.” It was asking $2,450,000. Entered into contract on 4/10/12; closed on 6/4/12; deed recorded on 6/19/2012.

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