These were January’s priciest new listings in BK, Queens

TRD New York /
Feb.February 07, 2017 09:16 AM

From left: 251-15 52 Avenue in Little Neck and 14 College Place in Brooklyn Heights

The priciest single-family listing to hit the market in Brooklyn last month was a garage turned into a luxe three-bedroom townhouse.

The home, at 14 College Place in Brooklyn Heights, was listed for $11.5 million last month, according to data provided by PropertyShark. The two-story home was built in 1920 and originally served as a car garage. In 2013, the home sold for $5 million, slightly below its $5.2 million asking price — which made it the third most expensive home on the market in Brooklyn at the time. The townhouse was gut renovated in 2014.

Meanwhile in Queens, the most expensive single-family listing to come onto the market in January was a mansion in Little Neck. The home spans more than 6,000 square feet and was built in 2009.

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

BROOKLYN

14 College Place in Brooklyn Heights

1. 14 College Place
Neighborhood: Brooklyn Heights
Price: $11.5 million
Size: 5,065 square feet
Built: 1920
Agents: Lindsay Barton Barrett of Compass

13 Pineapple Street in Brooklyn Heights

2. 13 Pineapple Street
Neighborhood: Brooklyn Heights
Price: $10.5 million
Size: 4,000 square feet
Built: 1830
Agents: Rhea Colon of Brown Harris Stevens

6 Grace Court Alley in Brooklyn Heights

3. 6 Grace Court Alley
Neighborhood: Brooklyn Heights
Price: $10 million
Size: 4,700 square feet
Built: 1920
Agents: Brian Lehner of Brown Harris Stevens

51 Cranberry Street

4. 51 Cranberry Street
Neighborhood: Brooklyn Heights
Price: $8.7 million
Size: 3,924 square feet
Built: 1829
Agents: Brian Lehner of Brown Harris Stevens

124 Congress Street in Cobble Hill

5. 124 Congress Street
Neighborhood: Cobble Hill
Price: $6.5 million
Size: 4,500 square feet
Built: 1930
Agents: Deborah Rieders, Sarah Shuken and Raquel Lomonico of the Corcoran Group

QUEENS

4916 Annandale Lane in Little Neck

4916 Annandale Lane
Neighborhood: Little Neck
Price: $4 million
Size: 6,600 square feet
Built: 2009
Agents: Guoqiang Zhang and Sylvia Hong of Chase Global Realty Group

143 Beach 149th Street in Neponsit

2. 143 Beach 149th Street
Neighborhood: Neponsit
Price: $3.8 million
Size: 4,200 square feet
Built: 1940
Agents: Lisa Jackson of Rockaway Properties

42-60 Crescent Street #9B in Hunters Point

3. 42-60 Crescent Street #9B
Neighborhood: Hunters Point
Price: $3.3 million
Building: Factory House
Unit type: Condo
Size: 2,102 square feet
Built: 2016
Agents: Rick Rosa of Douglas Elliman

217 51st Avenue in Long Island City

4. 217 51st Avenue
Neighborhood: Long Island City
Price: $2.5 million
Building:
Unit type: Condo
Size: 1,752 square feet
Built: 1909
Agents: Joseph Lombardo of Lombardo Home and Estates

251-15 52 Avenue in Little Neck 

5. 251-15 52 Avenue
Neighborhood: Little Neck
Price: $2.498 million
Size: N/A
Built: 2008
Agents: Vera Mair of Exit Realty First Choice


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