Brooklyn Listings Six Months Later: Two Sold

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

A one-bedroom with a spacious layout has a number of appealing prewar features, including arched openings, plaster walls, herringbone floors, and original doors. It’s located at 425 14th Street, a 29-unit four-story walkup in the Park Slope Historic District Extension not far from Prospect Park. This former Co-op of the Day sold in February for $700,000, which was $25,000 under the asking price.

A few blocks north, an attractive and practical one-bedroom has a wood-burning fireplace, dining area with built-in banquette, and a number of charming original features. It’s on the penultimate floor of 440 9th Street, a 19th century Neo-Grec brownstone painted white. This former Co-op of the Day sold in February for $875,000, which was $125,000 over the asking price.

Not far away, this top-floor co-op requires a walk up to the fourth floor, but in addition to the usual advantages of light and relative quiet, the spacious Victorian-era apartment offers a renovated interior with some historic charm, three bedrooms, and in-unit laundry. This former Co-op of the Day entered contract in January.

On a park block close to Grand Army Plaza, an 1890s brownstone is filled with impressive woodwork and original details including mantels, pocket doors, wainscoting, and stained glass. Within the Park Slope Historic District, the 20-foot-wide brownstone at 916 President Street is one of a stretch of houses built by Patrick Sheridan. This former House of the Day entered contract in January.

living room with wood floor and arched opening to foyer

425 14th Street #B4
Price: $725,000
Area: Park Slope
Broker: Douglas Elliman (Alexander Maroni, Hilah Hadaway Williams, Doug Rand)
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Sold in February for $700,000

park slope - living room with an arched niche large enough for a home office

440 9th Street, #3
Price: $750,000
Area: Park Slope
Broker: Corcoran (James Guimaraes, Andrew Westphal)
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Sold in February for $875,000

living room with wall of bookshelves and a window seat

378 4th Street, #4
Price: $1.895 million
Area: Park Slope
Broker: Compass (Ellen Cohen)
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Entered contract in January

park slope - parlor with mantel

916 President Street
Price: $5.4 million
Area: Park Slope
Broker: DCompass (Debra Bondy, Jason Knight)
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Entered contract in January

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