Brooklyn Listings Six Months Later: One Sold

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

With ancillary spaces and decent storage, this studio is more livable than most and has charming prewar features to boot. It’s located on the third floor of 25 Parade Place in Flatbush, close to Prospect Park and the Parade Grounds, and a quick stroll to Prospect Park South. This former Co-op of the Day is still available.

This early 20th century Bay Ridge single-family has a surprisingly amount of period detail intact, including wood floors, columns framing the entrance to the parlor, and an original stair. There is also a vintage bathroom with pink sink, tile, and tub. This former Open House Pick entered contract in February.

Awash with rich woodwork, this Midwood Park standalone offers built-ins, columns, wainscoting, beamed ceilings, and more. It is also flush with space, including a capacious main level, seven bedrooms, and a garage. This former House of the Day sold in February for $1.875 million, which was $75,000 over the asking price.

In the Park Slope Historic District, this 1880s Neo-Grec is a four-family with one unit per floor. Details include wood floors, built-ins, and wall moldings. This former Open House Pick is still available with another broker for the same asking price of $5.495 million.

caton park living room with wood floor and picture rails

25 Parade Place #3L
Price: $469,000
Area: Flatbush
Broker: Weichert Properties (Eunice Turso)
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Still available

living room with wood floors, columns and original stair

135 89th Street
Price: $1.099 million
Area: Bay Ridge
Broker: ReMax (Dennis McArdle)
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Entered contract in February

inglenook in the great room with stained glass windows, benches and a brick fireplace

729 East 18th Street
Price: $1.8 million
Area: Flatbush
Broker: Corcoran (Mary Elizabeth Smith, Rachel Glory Smith)
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Sold in February for $1.875 million

parlor with wood floor, moldings and mirror

769 Carroll Street
Price: $5.495 million
Area: Park Slope
Broker: Leslie J. Garfield (Cameron LeCates, Christopher Johnson, Ravi Kantha, Matthew Lesser)
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Still available for $5.495 million with a different broker

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