Record High Asking Prices from Clinton Hill to Red Hook


We’re not sure there’s an asking price for a Brooklyn home that would surprise us anymore. The Real Deal profiles a Clinton Hill “mansion” at 407 Vanderbilt Avenue, pictured above, asking $4.88 million. Although it looks like a 19th-century carriage house, the home is actually a modern build. TRD is calling this “by far the most expensive property ever listed in Clinton Hill.” It was asking $3.5 million back in 2007 but never sold. The Wall Street Journal has lots of interior photos. And down in Red Hook, the brick home at 386 Van Brunt Street is asking $2.15 million. If it sells for ask, it will set a neighborhood record. It’s a massive, renovated three-story home with commercial space on the ground floor. There’s never been a sale above $2 million in the neighborhood, but like we said… nothing would surprise us!
Clinton Hill Mansion Asks Record $4.88 Mill [TRD]
Sandy Who? Red Hook Townhouse Tries to Set Neighborhood Record [NY Observer]
Photo by Christopher Bride for PropertyShark

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