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

The most expensive sale was a Brooklyn Heights townhouse that sold for $7 million

TRD New York /
Jul.July 06, 2016 10:30 AM

A townhouse at 72 Poplar Street sold last month for $7.1 million, making it June’s most expensive single-family home sale in Brooklyn.

The four-bedroom home is the only townhouse in the 14-unit complex, a former police station that developer the Daten Group converted into condos. The home’s price tag is a considerable jump from the sales seen in May, when the borough’s biggest single-family home sale was a Boerum Hill condo that cost $3.8 million.

In Queens, the big ticket sale of the month was a Forest Hills home at 110-35 68th Avenue that sold for $2.5 million, according to data provided by PropertyShark. In May, the top sale was also a Forest Hills home that sold for the same price.

Here are the top five single-family home sales in Brooklyn and Queens:

BROOKLYN

1. 72 Poplar Street, unit TH

Neighborhood: Brooklyn Heights

Price: $7.1 million

Building: 72 Poplar

Unit type: Townhouse

Size: 5,664 square feet

Built: 2014

Agents: Gregory Williamson and Robert Gross of Douglas Elliman

2. 210 Pacific Street, unit 6

Neighborhood: Boerum Hill

Price: $5.3 million

Building: 210 Pacific Street

Unit type: Condo

Size: 3,133 square feet

Built: 2016

Agents: Frans Preidel and Gitu Ramani-Ruff of Brown Harris Stevens

3. 243 Dean Street

Neighborhood: Boerum Hill

Price: $4.9 million

Size: 4,000 square feet

Built: 1852

Agents: Richard Ziegelash and Lee Solomon of Brown Harris Stevens

4. 1933 East 5th Street

Neighborhood: Gravesend

Price: $4.6 million

Size: 2,286 square feet

Built: 1920

Agents: N/A

5. 325 State Street

Neighborhood: Boerum Hill

Price: $4.1 million

Size: 3,480 square feet

Built: 1910

Agents: Phyllis Norton-Towers of Brown Harris Stevens

QUEENS

1. 110-35 68th Avenue

Neighborhood: Forest Hills

Price: $2.5 million

Size: 4,920 square feet

Built: 2012

Agents: N/A

2. 44 Greenway Terrace

Neighborhood: Forest Hills Gardens

Price: $2.3 million

Size: 2,535 square feet

Built: 1930

Agents: Susanna Hof of Terrace Sotheby’s International Realty

3. 14-41 163rd Street

Neighborhood: Whitestone

Price: $2.25 million

Size: 3,648 square feet

Built: 2005

Agents: Patricia Gahan Moroney, Irene Nictas and Anthony Fotopoulos of Daniel Gale Sotheby’s International Realty

4. 133 Ascan Avenue

Neighborhood: Forest Hills Gardens

Price: $2.2 million

Size: 3,465 square feet

Built: 1935

Agents: Susanna Hof of Terrace Sotheby’s International Realty

5. 45-23 Browvale Lane

Neighborhood: Little Neck

Price: $1.9 million

Size: 5,401 square feet

Built: 2014

Agents: Patricia Gahan Moroney of Daniel Gale Sotheby’s International Realty

Correction: An earlier version of this article misspelled the Daten Group.


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