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Brooklyn Listings Six Months Later: Two Sold, Two Contracted

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This week, a look back at four of our featured listings from six months ago focus on homes in Prospect Heights, Brooklyn Heights and Park Slope. How did they get away with it?

With a layout that includes an alcove, walk-in closet, and ample dining hall, this Prospect Heights co-op offers generous space for a studio apartment. It is on the first floor of 230 Park Place in historic Prospect Heights. The sunken living room of this unit has wooden floors and a partial wall topped with display niches to separate a sleeping alcove. The wall stops before the two exhibitions, allowing light and air to enter the two spaces. This former cooperative of the day concluded a contract in September.

This bedroom on Orange Street in Brooklyn Heights still has its original spacious layout with a sunken living room, dining area, and hall that could double as a work-from-home perch. It sits on the third floor of a 1937 Colonial Revival-style brick elevator designed by architects Seelig & Finklestein. The original details of the apartment include iron railings, wooden floors, arched openings and picture rails. This former co-op of the day sold in December for $905,000, or $30,000 over asking price.

Spacious family-sized pre-war apartments are elusive in Brooklyn; here’s one in Park Slope with two full bathrooms as well as seven rooms, including a dining room and four bedrooms. It has windows on three exposures and a good amount of classic details such as moldings and parquet flooring as well as modern updates. The second floor apartment opens into a substantial foyer with a pillar mirror with built-in seat and space for two wardrobes. The living room has a curved bay with three windows overlooking Prospect Park. This former co-op du jour sold in November for $2.151 million, or $201,000 more than the asking price.

In historic Prospect Heights, this 1890s townhouse features beautiful period details like a pier mirror, interior shutters, mantels and built-ins, plus room for a new homeowner. can make modern improvements. Currently used by longtime owners as a single family according to listing, the floor plan shows it laid out as a triplex with a second kitchen on the top floor. This former house of the day entered into contract in September.

230 Park Square #1D
Price: $549,000
Zone: prospecting heights
Broker: Compass (Thomas Casey)
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Contract concluded in September

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interior of apt 3c at 72 rue orange

72 Orange Street #3C
Price: $875,000
Neighbourhood: Brooklyn Heights
Broker: Corcoran (Cordelia Stephens)
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Sold in December for $905,000

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interior of unit 2l at 86 prospect park west

86 Prospect Park West #2L
Price: $1.95 million
Area: Park Slope
Broker: Brown Harris Stevens (Peter Grazioli)
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Sold in November for $2.151 million

park square interior 304

304 Park Square
Price: $3.2 million
Zone: prospecting heights
Broker: Compass (Christopher Howard)
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Contract concluded in September

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