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

A Brooklyn Heights townhouse hit the market for $18 million

New York /
Jun.June 06, 2016 05:40 PM

An apartment building turned single-family mansion hit the market last month with an $18 million price tag, making it May’s priciest listing in Brooklyn.

The townhouse, at 146 Willow Street in Brooklyn Heights, is being converted from a seven-unit building into a single-family home, the Wall Street Journal reported. Developer Shahrzad Khayami restored the building’s facade and is reconstructing the inside to create a seven-bedroom home. According to data provided by Point2 Homes, the townhouse was the most expensive listing in the borough for the month of May. In Queens, the top listing of the month was a six-bedroom waterfront manor in Douglaston. The home, at 1 Richmond Road, was listed for $4.8 million.

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

BROOKLYN

1. 146 Willow Street

Neighborhood: Brooklyn Heights

Price: $18 million

Size: 7,750 square feet

Built: 1920

Agents: Terry Naini of Town Residential

2. 325 Pacific Street

Neighborhood: Boerum Hill

Price: $10 million

Size: 6,000 square feet

Built: 2014

Agents: Peter Poljan of Poljan Properties

3. 226 Pacific Street

Neighborhood: Boerum Hill

Price: $5.7 million

Size: 4,700

Built: 1915

Agents: Leslie Marshall of the Corcoran Group

4. 257 Berry Street

Neighborhood: Williamsburg

Price: $5.3 million

Size: 4,624 square feet

Built: 2006

Agents: Roberta Golubock and Jonathan Banks of Sotheby’s International Realty

5. 25 Eighth Avenue #4/5

Neighborhood: Park Slope

Price: $4.6 million

Building: Montauk Club

Unit type: Condo

Size: 4,000 square feet

Built: 1931

Agents: Suzanne Koxvold, San Kwon, John Gomes and Fredrik Eklund of Douglas Elliman

QUEENS

1. 1 Richmond Road

Neighborhood: Douglaston

Price: $4.8 million

Size: 3,510 square feet

Built: 1950

Agents: Carolyn Meenan and Parvaneh Rifino of Daniel Gale Sotheby’s International

2. 4-74 48th Avenue #38AB

Neighborhood: Long Island City

Price: $2.9 million

Building: Citylights

Unit type: Condo

Size: 2,012 square feet

Built: 1996

Agents: Mary Torres and Eric Benaim of Modern Spaces

3. 46-30 Center Boulevard, apartment #104

Neighborhood: Long Island City

Price: $2.8 million

Building: The View at East Coast

Unit type: Condo

Size: 1,204 square feet

Built: 2008

Agents: Carlos Simoes of Modern Spaces

4. 8090 Kent Street

Neighborhood: Jamaica Estates

Price: $2.79 million

Size: 4,900 square feet

Built: 2009

Agents: Elena Barayev of Exit Realty First Choice

5. 112-12 72nd Avenue

Neighborhood: Forest Hills

Price: $2.795

Size: 3,750 square feet

Built: 1992

Agents: Boris Barayev of Dom Realty of NY


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