Last Week's Biggest Sales


Pretty strong week in the brownstone belt.

1. BROOKLYN HEIGHTS $2,450,000
150 Henry Street GMAP (left)
This one didn't take long to sell: According to StreetEasy, the 4,312-sf house was listed for $2.5 million in early May and went into contract a few weeks later. Its listing noted, "Beautiful detail and great proportions but in estate condition, needing everything. Legally a two family plus professional space, the possibilities abound. Great for a developer or an end user, but not for the faint of heart. Will be delivered vacant." Deed recorded 10/29.

2. BOERUM HILL $2,350,000
440 Pacific Street GMAP (right)
This townhouse, on the other hand, stayed on the market for quite a bit longer than 150 Henry. StreetEasy shows the listing first appearing in October '07, with an asking price of $2,450,000. The 3,360-sf, two-family property went into contract this September. Listing verbiage: "Owner's spacious triplex features a gorgeous double parlor with a dramatic living room and a WBFP, floor to ceiling windows, 12' high ceiling and wide plank oak floors. An open chef's kitchen with an island is facing a garden and a large tiled deck...High income large floor-thru apartment on the garden level has a separate entrance." Deed recorded 10/29.

3. COBBLE HILL $2,300,000
211 Congress Street GMAP
3,732, 2-family house was listed for $2,500,000 in mid-June and went into contract in early September. Deed recorded 10/28.

4. PARK SLOPE $2,175,000
865 Union Street GMAP
Asking $2,550,000 when we had it as an Open House Pick in late March. 4,024-sf, two-family, turn-of-the-century house, by Property Shark's reckoning. Deed recorded 10/27.

5. SOUTH SLOPE $1,995,000
237 14th Street GMAP
Listed for what it went for, $1,995,000, when it was an Open House Pick in July. 2,893-sf, three-family, wood-frame house. Deed recorded 10/30.

Photos from Property Shark.

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