This week, our glance back again at four of our highlighted listings from 6 months ago focuses on homes in Clinton Hill, Bed Stuy and Park Slope. How did they fare?
Our initially a person this week is positioned on the major ground of a former shoe manufacturing unit in Clinton Hill, just across the avenue from the Pratt Institute. This a person-bedroom condominium delivers up a few nods to its industrial heritage together with a private roof deck and a home business. An exposed brick wall with arches separates the lobby from the living area past. Adjacent to the lobby is a nook set up as a residence office with constructed-in shelving and desks. There is no window in the galley kitchen area but there is a passthrough to the hallway to deliver in a little bit much more gentle. There are also white cupboards, stainless steel appliances and a walk-in pantry that holds the laundry. There are a lot more uncovered brick partitions in the bed room which also boasts a few closets. This previous Co-op of the Working day did not offer and is at this time off the market.
This following a person could only be a job for a brave or expert rehabber as the once lush interior facts of this 1880s Bed Stuy row home are in major require of restoration. In spite of the crumbling plaster and coverings about the floorboards, there’s plenty of depth to be discovered on the inside, and the exterior offers a truthful little bit of allure also in need to have of some interest. Some of the sophisticated finishes are however visible on the interior, which include seven mantels — some of them elaborately carved and with overmantel mirrors — wainscoting, painted woodwork, encaustic tile at the entry and Lincrusta wallpaper. The listing notes the residence is a legal two-household but the flooring program exhibits it’s set up as a 5-relatives, with two apartments with a shared bathtub on the leading floor and a single unit for every ground in the relaxation of the house. This former Home of the Day bought in February for $1.35 million, which was $100,000 under the asking value.
Considerably less than one particular block from Prospect Park, this single-loved ones limestone in Park Slope appears to be in fantastic condition, with initial aspects, present day conveniences and a great deal of place. Inside of, most of the woodwork has been painted white, with some splashes of color. The somewhat elevated principal flooring has an entry vestibule, residing room, dining home and kitchen. Upstairs are two luxuriously spacious bed room flooring, with six bedrooms, 3.5 bathrooms and an abundance of closets. This previous Residence of the Working day bought in April for the asking value of $4.35 million.
And previous, but definitely not minimum, we have an uncommon single-loved ones house with sights of Prospect Park as properly as its very own outdoor house to supply and a rare Park Slope amenity: a garage. The brick and limestone early 20th century house is set in the Park Slope Historic District and past adjusted hands in 1994. It has a rather open very first flooring, dominated visually by a Tudor archway connecting the living space and the eating place. There is a mix of slate and wood flooring stretching by way of both equally rooms, leading to the kitchen area at the rear. There are 4 bedrooms unfold out on the higher floors with a whole tub per ground. Even though some of the bedrooms are carpeted, the other folks exhibit the wooden floors that are possible beneath. A detached brick garage massive enough for one motor vehicle is at the finish of the driveway, upcoming to the rear garden. This previous Residence of the Day offered in May perhaps for $4.3 million, which was $100,000 underneath the asking cost.
372 Dekalb Avenue #6M
Selling price: $795,000
Place: Clinton Hill
Broker: Compass (Isil Yildiz)
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At present off the industry
680 Greene Avenue
Price: $1.45 million
Location: Mattress Stuy
Broker: Massada Households Product sales
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Offered in February for $1.35 million
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589 3rd Road
Value: $4.35 million
Space: Park Slope
Broker: Halstead/Brown Harris Stevens (Janice Cimberg, Michael Petrosino)
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Offered in April for $4.35 million
15 Prospect Park West
Value: $4.4 million
Region: Park Slope
Broker: Compass (Michael Franco, Miriam Richards)
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Sold in May possibly for $4.3 million