Brooklyn Listings Six Months Later: One Sold, One in Contract

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This week, a look back at four of our featured listings from six months ago focuses on homes in Midwood, Park Slope, Bed Stuy, and Ditmas Park. How did they fare?

In Midwood, a circa-1910 brick row house has a barrel front, deep Beaux Arts-style cornice, and sunroom with stained-glass transoms. This former Open House Pick is still available.

When advertised in 1904, units in this Park Slope building were promoted as “modern in every way.” While a mantel, built-ins, and pocket doors are no longer modern standards, they certainly add to the period charm of this three-bedroom, one-bath apartment. This former Co-op of the Day sold in January for $1.6 million, which was $95,000 under the asking price.

An 1890s Bed Stuy brownstone is filled with original detail, including a stair with built-in bench, mantels, stained glass, a pier mirror, picture rails, wainscoting, built-ins, and wood floors. This former Open House Pick is still available.

It has a front porch wide enough to welcome an abundance of trick-or-treaters, and on the inside this early 20th century Ditmas Park standalone is equally spacious and still filled with original details. This former House of the Day entered contract in January.

brooklyn - brick row house exterior

977 East 15th Street
Price: $1.05 million
Area: Midwood
Broker: Compass (Alex Mahgoub)
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Still available

view of pocket doors between living room and dining room

466 3rd Street #3L
Price: $1.695 million
Area: Park Slope
Broker: Corcoran (Michele Silverman)
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Sold in January for $1.6 million

brooklyn parlor with stained glass, woodwork

238 Decatur Street
Price: $2.295 million
Area: Bed Stuy
Broker: Compass (Perri DeFino, Chrisette Mignott)
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Still available

ditmas park standalone with wraparound porch

481 East 18th Street
Price: $2.8 million
Area: Ditmas Park
Broker: Compass (Laura Rozos)
See it here ->
Entered contract in January

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