These were the top home sales in BK, Queens in November

A Park Slope mansion was the most expensive sale at $6.2 million

TRD New York /
Dec.December 11, 2015 11:00 AM

At roughly 114 years old, a Park Slope mansion’s still got game.

The home, at 312 Garfield Place, sold for $6.2 million, the most expensive single-family home sold in Brooklyn last month, according to data provided by PropertyShark. The nine-bedroom home once belonged to the Livingston family — the namesake of Livingston Street in Downtown Brooklyn, according to the Commercial Observer — and its interior is draped in Renaissance Revival. The home’s price tag is a slight jump from October’s most expensive sale, which was a Gravesend home unloaded for $5.8 million.

By comparison, Queens saw a pretty slow November. The biggest sale of the month was an Astoria home for $2.6 million, significantly lower from October’s top sale, a Hunters Point home that weighed in at $4 million.

Here were the highest priciest single-family sales in Brooklyn and Queens in November, according to PropertyShark:

BROOKLYN

1. 312 Garfield Place

Neighborhood: Park Slope

Price: $6.2 million

Size: 6,459 square feet

Stories: Four

Built: 1901

Agents: Vicki Negron of Corcoran and Luis Martinez of Betancourt Realty

2. 72 Poplar Street #1C

Neighborhood: Brooklyn Heights

Price: $4.7 million

Size: 5,188 square feet

Stories: One

Built: 1912

Agents: Greg Williamson and Rob Gross of Douglas Elliman

3. 360 Furman Street #327

Neighborhood:Brooklyn Heights

Price:$4.5 million

Size: 2,742 square feet

Stories: One

Built: 1928

Agents: Alan Heyman, Karen Heyman and Penelope Stipanovich of Sotheby’s International

4. 168 St. Marks Avenue

Neighborhood: Prospect Heights

Price: $4 million

Size: 3,600 square feet

Stories: Three

Built: 1910

Agents: Not available

5. 72 Poplar Street #3C

Neighborhood: Brooklyn Heights

Price: $3.6 million

Size: Not available

Stories: One

Built: 1912 (Converted)

Agents: Douglas Elliman

QUEENS

1. 25-53 38th Street

Neighborhood: Astoria

Price: $2.6 million

Size: 2,400 square feet

Stories: Two

Built: 1920

Agents: Not available

2. 69-09 112th Street

Neighborhood: Forest Hills

Price: $1.95 million

Size: 2,419 square feet

Stories: Two

Built: 1930

Agents: Not available

3. 69-48 229 Street

Neighborhood: Oakland Gardens

Price: $1.7 million

Size: 2,419 square feet

Stories: Two

Built: 1950

Agents: Not available

4. 202 Burns Street

Neighborhood: Forest Hills Gardens

Price: $1.69 million

Size: 3,280

Stories: Four

Built: 1935

Agents: Roger Mashihi of Metro Garden Realty

5. 154-35 Riverside Drive

Neighborhood: Whitestone

Price: $1.6 million

Stories: Two

Size: 2,893 square feet

Built: 1985

Agents: Not available


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