In November, a six-bedroom Park Slope townhouse asking $14 million was the most expensive home to hit the market in Brooklyn, according to information provided by listings service Point2 Homes.
Pamela Huson of Douglas Elliman has the listing for the three-story, single-family home.
The townhouse’s asking price is almost $10 million higher than the second priciest Brooklyn listing – a three-bedroom condominium unit at 1 John Street in Dumbo. The 2,500-square-foot condo, listed for $5.2 million, features 10-foot-high ceilings. Karen Heyman and Alan Heyman of Sotheby’s International Realty are the listing brokers.
Next is a five-bedroom Park Slope townhouse at 319 4th Street asking $4.6 million. The Corcoran Group’s Behzad Amiri is listing it. Rounding out the top five in Brooklyn are two other condos at 1 John Street. The four-bedrooms units are on the market for $4.3 million and $3.8 million, respectively, with the Heyman team again handling listings for both.
A condo at One Brooklyn Bridge Park asking $32 million is still the priciest listing overall in Brooklyn, data show.
Meanwhile, over in Queens, two second-floor condos at 45-17 21st Street in Long Island City are on the market as one four-bedroom pad asking $2.4 million. That would make it the borough’s priciest new listing in November, according to Point2 Homes data.
Helen Lee and Mary Beth McGill of Modern Spaces have the listing.
A four-bedroom Jamaica Estates house at 184-43 Midland Parkway is listed for $2.2 million. David Yudell of Keram Inc. has the listing.
The next priciest Queens listing is for a four-bedroom, 1,890-square-foot Howard Beach house at 163-15 99th Street. Keller Williams’ Jin Hong has the $1.9 million listing.
The fourth priciest one is a two-story Whitestone house with two bedrooms asking $1.899 million. Metropolis International Realty’s Romero Papp has the listing for the property, located at 19-02 157th Street.
Finally, a two-story house with seven bedrooms at 40-37 194th Street in Flushing is priced at $1.89 million. Cana Realty’s Ren Shun Jin is listing it.
Overall in Queens, a Colonial home at 65 Tennis Place in Forest Hills Gardens tops the charts as the most expensive property still on the market, with its $5.2 million price tag.