1. BROOKLYN HEIGHTS $2,400,000
118 State Street, Unit 1 GMAP (left)
2,394-sf, 3.5-bed, 3-bath unit in a conversion called "The Carriage House." According to StreetEasy, it hit the market in June '07 at $3,122,000 and after a few price chops went into contract last month. From its listing: "This is probably the largest garden duplex in the Heights with near 2400 interior sf & 1000 sf of garden & deck! The Carriage House on State presents a rare opportunity to own a home in Brooklyn's most desirable community. On a beautiful tree-lined street in Brooklyn Heights, the four-unit boutique condominium is a complete renovation of a 150-year-old carriage house." The condo's high prices were the subject of a Forum post a year ago. Deed recorded 11/5.
2. BROOKLYN HEIGHTS $1,550,000
One Brooklyn Bridge Park, Unit 733 GMAP (right)
Maybe what Curbed is calling the "blood in the water marketing strategy" at One BBP is already working? Deed recorded 11/6.
3. PARK SLOPE $1,455,000
378 9th Street GMAP
Interesting: Per StreetEasy, this 3,200-sf, 2-fam townhouse originally listed for $1,495,000 and was then re-listed for $1,525,000. (?) Anyhow, it went into contract very quickly. Corcoran's ad for the property says it's currently configured with an owner's triplex and garden apartment rental. Deed recorded 11/6.
4. COBBLE HILL $1,275,000
489 Hicks Street GMAP
5-bed, 4-bath, 2,700-sf house listed for $1,250,000 in July, and price was increased to $1,275,000 in August. Listing had this to say: "Classic brick double duplex for the price of a condo in the Arches! Owner's duplex (triplex, really) features lovely open floorplan on the main level. The living room with decorative fireplace, hardwood floors, and high ceilings flows into the renovated chef's kitchen, with french doors leading to a new deck and private garden." Deed recorded 11/6.
Photos from Property Shark.