Brooklyn Sales: Under a Million


Some of the sales recorded last week that went for $1 million or less:

96 Schermerhorn Street, Unit PH-E; Price=$215,000 GMAP
From its listing: "Totally cool, loft-like studio in a great full-service building in a fabulous location. This penthouse floor studio is truly unique. It features separate living, sleeping and study areas through the ingenious use of a 'progressive loft.' It has enormous storage as well, and is just waiting for the buyer who's looking for an escape from the tyranny of the 'boxy studio.'" The co-op is about 400 square feet, has a maintenance of $932 a month, and was asking $275,000 when it was featured in the Times last August. Closed on 5/28/09; deed recorded on 6/2/09.

722 Halsey Street; Price=$430,000 GMAP
A 2,384-square-foot, 2-family house, according to Property Shark. The contract and closing dates in the deed are confusing, as the sale was recorded last week. Entered into contract on 12/3/07 (?); closed on 3/25/08 (?); deed recorded on 6/5/09.

$500-$750K Range: WILLIAMSBURG
444 Humboldt Street, Unit 6; Price=$645,000 GMAP
This 1,100-square-foot penthouse condo was first listed for $899,000 in November 2007, according to StreetEasy. Sale included a parking spot. Entered into contract on 4/8/09; closed on 5/21/09; deed recorded on 6/3/09.

$750K-$1 Million Range: SUNSET PARK
536 51st Street; Price=$800,000 GMAP
This is a 2,580-sf, 3-family house, according to Property Shark. Entered into contract on 1/29/09; closed on 5/13/09; deed recorded on 6/2/09.

Photos from Property Shark aside from 444 Humboldt pic, which is from StreetEasy.

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