Here were April’s priciest new listings in BK, Queens

A Park Slope home topped the list at $11 million

TRD NEW YORK /
May.May 05, 2016 06:15 PM

A Park Slope home owned by the same family for nearly a century hit the market last month for $11 million, making it the priciest single-family listing in April.

The townhouse, at 104 Prospect Park West, was built in 1899 and designed by Axel Hedman, a Brooklyn architect known scores of row houses and apartment buildings in the borough. The mansion has since been gut renovated, the New York Post reported, but the home retains its neo-Renaissance design.

Meanwhile in Queens, the most expensive new listing for a single-family home was a penthouse at The View at East Coast in Long Island City, according to listing service Point2 Homes. The 2,108-square-foot condo hit the market for $5.6 million, coming in slightly higher than March’s top listing — a stately Jamaica Estates home listed for $5.5 million.

Here’s a full rundown of the priciest single-family homes in Brooklyn and Queens to hit the market in April:

BROOKLYN

1. 104 Prospect Park West

Neighborhood: Park Slope

Price: $11 million

Size: 7,100 square feet

Built: 1899

Agents: Alex Maroni of Douglas Elliman

2. 37 Sidney Place

Neighborhood: Brooklyn Heights

Price: $10.8 million

Size: 4,576 square feet

Built: 1899

Agents: Richard Orenstein of Halstead Properties

3. 51 Cranberry Street

Neighborhood: Brooklyn Heights

Price: $8.7 million

Size: 3,924 square feet

Built: 1829

Agents: Brian Lehner of Brown Harris Stevens

4. 31 Garden Place

Neighborhood: Brooklyn Heights

Price: $8.1 million

Size: 4,500 square feet

Built: 1901

Agents: Leslie Marshall and James Cornell of the Corcoran Group

5. 130 Furman Street #S405

Neighborhood: Brooklyn Heights

Price: $7 million

Building: Pierhouse at Brooklyn Bridge Park

Unit type: Condo

Size: 3,329 square feet

Built: 2015

Agents: Deborah Rieders of the Corcoran Group

QUEENS

1. 4630 Center Boulevard #A

Neighborhood: Long Island City

Price: $5.6 million

Building: The View at East Coast

Unit type: Penthouse

Size: 2,108 square feet

Built: 2008

Agents: Silvette Julian and Luca Scarano of Nest Seekers

2. 215-40 27th Avenue

Neighborhood: Bayside

Price: $4.7 million

Size: 4,620 square feet

Built: 2006

Agents: Po Tair of RE/Max Universal Real Estate

3. 33-02 Parsons Boulevard

Neighborhood: Flushing

Price: $3.9 million

Size: 2,770 square feet

Built: 1920

Agents: Daniel Gale Sotheby’s International

4. 140 71st Avenue

Neighborhood: Forest Hills Gardens

Price: $3.6 million

Size: 5,802 square feet

Built: 1920

Agents: Afshin Termechi of Keller Williams

5. 85 Tennis Place

Neighborhood: Forest Hills Gardens

Price: $3.5 million

Size: 3,006 square feet

Built: 1930

Agents: Melissa Buganza of Exit Kingdom Realty


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