The priciest new listings in Brooklyn, Queens in February

A Brooklyn Heights townhouse asking $7.2M topped the list

Mar.March 10, 2017 02:09 PM

151 Clinton Street in Brooklyn (left) and 112-38 72nd Avenue in Queens

A five-bedroom townhouse in Brooklyn Heights asking $7.2 million was the most expensive single-family home listed in borough in February.

The landmarked triplex at 151 Clinton Street features Greek revival detailing and a rental apartment on the first floor, according to the listing.

In Queens, the most expensive listing of the month was a 7,500-square-foot home asking just under $4 million. The four-bedroom home has “cathedral ceilings” and a mahogany staircase, according to the listing.

Here are the top five single-family homes listed in Brooklyn and Queens in February, according to data compiled by PropertyShark:


151 Clinton Street
Neighborhood: Brooklyn Heights
Price: $7.2 million
Size: 3,360 square feet
Built: Circa 1851
Agents: Brian Lehner and Jill Sellgson Braver of Brown Harris Stevens

24 Middagh Street
Neighborhood: Brooklyn Heights
Price: $6.6 million
Size: NA
Built: 1820s
Agent: Kevin Carberry

429 Kent Avenue, PH1

Neighborhood: Williamsburg
Price: $6.4 million
Size: 5,100 square feet
Built: 2015
Agents: Shelley Wasserman and Robert Lyn of Halstead Property

360 Furman Street, unit 1024
Neighborhood: Brooklyn Heights
Price: $6.1 million
Size: 3,300 square feet
Built: 1928
Agents: The Ryan and Ryan Team at Compass

178 Garfield Place
Neighborhood: Park Slope
Price: $6 million
Size: 3,600 square feet
Built: 1901
Agents: Shawn Wilson and Martin Eiden of CORE


112-38 72nd Avenue
Neighborhood: Forest Hills
Price: $4 million
Size: 7,500 square feet
Built: 2005
Agent: Mitra Hakimi

87-44 Santiago Street
Neighborhood: Holliswood
Price: $3.2 million
Size: 6,400 square feet
Built: 2007
Agents: Elena Barayev of Exit Realty First Choice

252-42 Brattle Avenue
Neighborhood: Little Neck
Price: $3 million
Size: 6,200 square feet
Built: 2008
Agents: Yan Chen of Charles Rutenberg Realty LLC

46-30 Center Boulevard 1211
Neighborhood: Long Island City
Price: $2.8 million
Size: 1,459 square feet
Built: 2009
Agents: Jonna Stark and Jun Qian of Halstead

69-33 110th Street
Neighborhood: Forest Hills
Price: $2.6 million
Size: 3,753 square feet
Built: 1955
Agent: Alla Yakubov of NY Empire Real Estate

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