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

A Park Slope townhouse was the priciest at $6 million

TRD New York /
Feb.February 09, 2016 12:35 PM

The year got off to a somewhat slow start for single-family home sales in Brooklyn.

The most expensive home sale in January was a Park Slope townhouse for $6 million, according to data provided by PropertyShark. The three-story townhouse, at 584 4th Street, was more than 3 million less than December’s priciest — a $9.8 million Brooklyn Heights carriage house. Meanwhile, the sale of a Forest Hills Gardens home for $2.7 million represented a slight spike from December’s priciest sale in Queens, which was a Long Island City condominium unit for $2.3 million.

Here were January’s priciest single-family home sales:

BROOKLYN

1. 584 4th Street

Neighborhood: Park Slope

Price: $6 million

Size: 3,390

Stories: Three

Built: 1899

Agents: Behzad Amiri of Corcoran Group

2. 36 Strong Place

Neighborhood: Cobble Hill

Price: $5.8 million

Size: 1,951 square feet

Stories: Two

Built: 1840s

Agents: Douglas Elliman

3. 30 Eighth Avenue

Neighborhood: Park Slope

Price: $4.8 million

Size: 4,000 square feet

Stories: Three

Built: 1899

Agents: Not available

4. 353 State Street

Neighborhood: Boerum Hill

Price: $4.2 million

Size: 3,583 square feet

Stories: Five

Built: 2013

Agents: Leslie Marshall, James Cornell and Andrea Wohl Lucas of the Corcoran Group

4. 187 Park Place

Neighborhood: Prospect Heights

Price: $4.2 million

Size: 3,902

Stories: Three

Built: 1899

Agents: Douglas Elliman

5. 114 Congress Street

Neighborhood: Cobble Hill

Price: $3.8 million

Size: 3,467

Stories: Four

Built: 2013

Agents: Douglas Elliman

QUEENS

1. 39 Winter Street

Neighborhood: Forest Hills Gardens

Price: $2.7 million

Size: 3,761 square feet

Stories: Two

Built: 1935

Agents: Irene Lundqvist of Madeline Realty Limited

2. 5-03 Parsons Boulevard

Neighborhood: Malba

Price:$2.04 million

Size: 4,026 square feet

Stories: Two

Built: 2013

Agents: Coldwell Banker

3. 149-05 Second Avenue

Neighborhood: Whitestone

Price: $2 million

Size: 5,600 square feet

Stories: Two

Built: 2004

Agents: Not available

4. 14-35 Broadway

Neighborhood: Astoria

Price: $1.95 million

Size: 1,252 square feet

Stories: Two

Built: 1901

Agents: Not available

5. 163-18 Sanford Avenue

Neighborhood: Auburndale

Price: $1.94 million

Size: 2,008

Stories: Two

Built: 1930

Agents: Not available


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