Brooklyn Listings Six Months Later: Two Sold

This week, a look back at four of our featured listings from six months ago focuses on homes in Flatlands, Park Slope, Bay Ridge, and Clinton Hill. How did they fare?

In Flatlands, a new owner could boost the charm of this 1930s semi-detached brick house with a few updates while retaining some fun vintage details like a rumpus room with built-in bar. The 18-foot-wide home also has an original mantel, a generously sized kitchen, and a detached garage. This former House of the Day sold in March for $715,000, which was $4,000 under the asking price.

With its large rooms, central foyer, and curved doorways, this Park Slope two-bedroom reflects design sensibilities of the early ’40s. It’s on the fourth floor of 44 Prospect Park West, a six-story, 55-unit building across from Prospect Park and just outside the historic district. This former Co-op of the Day sold in March for the asking price of $1.175 million.

In Bay Ridge, an early 20th century brick bow-front row house has some period details on view, including pocket doors, wood floors, a pier mirror, and built-ins. A two-family that has been in the same family for decades, it is configured with a top floor rental over a duplex with two full baths and a petite garden-level kitchen. This former Open House Pick was taken off the market in January.

This grand Clinton Hill manse has plenty of living space, some impressive interior details, and the architectural pedigree of a renovation by noted 19th century architects the Parfitt Brothers. It is set up with two apartments on the garden level, each with its own entrance from the outside, and a triplex above. Not surprisingly, it is the triplex that has the remaining 19th century details, although there are plenty of 20th century alterations as well. This former House of the Day is still available.

exterior of 1420 east 46th street

1420 East 46th Street
Price: $719,000
Area: Flatlands
Broker: Hidaya Real Estate (Masood Syed)
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Sold in March for $715,000

living room of unit d7 44 prospect park west

44 Prospect Park West, #D7
Price: $1.175 million
Area: Park Slope
Broker: Compass (Debra Bondy, Jason Knight)
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Sold in March for $1.175 million

bay ridge interior

431 73rd Street
Price: $1.449 million
Area: Bay Ridge
Broker: Braithwaite Realty (Justin Braithwaite)
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Currently off the market

exterior of 315 Washington Avenue

315 Washington Avenue
Price: $5.9 million
Area: Clinton Hill
Broker: Compass (Laura Rozos)
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Still available

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