These were the top Brooklyn and Queens home sales in July

The biggest sale was in Park Slope, where a townhouse went for $12.6M

TRD New York /
Aug.August 04, 2017 04:50 PM

After months of Brooklyn Heights dominating the top home sales in Brooklyn, Park Slope got some time in the sun in July, taking up the number one, number two and number six spots on the list.

The July list was rounded out by one home each in Brooklyn Heights, Dumbo, Carroll Gardens and Boerum Hill, but none came close to the month’s top seller at 45 Montgomery Place, which went for $12.6 million, according to data provided by PropertyShark. This more than doubled the other top sales.

In Queens, the only neighborhood with more than one home on the list of top sales was Astoria, which occupied both the number one spot and the number seven spot with sales of $3.4 million and $1.9 million, respectively. Properties in Bayside, Forest Hills, Murray Hill, Corona and Whitestone also made the list.

See below for the top seven home sales during the month of July in Brooklyn and Queens:

BROOKLYN

45 Montgomery Place
Neighborhood: Park Slope
Price: $12.6 million
Size: 2,697 square feet
Built: 1901
Agents: Compass

535 1st Street
Neighborhood: Park Slope
Price: $6 million
Size: 2,100 square feet
Built: 1901
Agents: Jessica Buchman and Tim Rettaliata of the Corcoran Group

109 Columbia Heights
Neighborhood: Brooklyn Heights
Price: $4.9 million
Size: 2,550 square feet
Built: 1901
Agents: Helen Van Rhyn of Brown Harris Stevens

183 Plymouth Street, 4S
Neighborhood: Dumbo
Price: $4.6 million
Size: 3,293 square feet
Built: 1920
Agents: NA

319 President Street
Neighborhood: Carroll Gardens
Price: $4.4 million
Size: 1,960 square feet
Built: 1899
Agents: Imma Giocoli of Tyler Vincent Real Estate

194 St Johns Place
Neighborhood: Park Slope
Price: $4.3 million
Size: 2,100 square feet
Built: 1899
Agents: Jessica Buchman and Bryan Rettaliata of the Corcoran Group

265 State Street, PH04
Neighborhood: Boerum Hill
Price: $4.1 million
Size: NA
Built: 2016
Agents: The Corcoran Group

QUEENS

23-77 31st Street
Neighborhood: Astoria
Price: $3.4 million
Size: 2,250 square feet
Built: 1901
Agents: NA

215-15 27th Avenue
Neighborhood: Bayside
Price: $2.3 million
Size: 7,021 square feet
Built: 1991
Agents: Bridget Elkin, Natalie Deur and Jane Millard of Daniel Gale Sotheby’s International

67-55 110th Street
Neighborhood: Forest Hills
Price: $2.3 million
Size: 7,000 square feet
Built: 1940
Agents: Dmitriy Malayev of Keller Williams Landmark II

45-35 163rd Street
Neighborhood: Murray Hill
Price: $2.1 million
Size: 4,000 square feet
Built: 1925
Agents: Xiao Qu of Prime Realty

138-35 39th Avenue, RS15C
Neighborhood: Corona
Price: $1.9 million
Size: NA
Built: NA
Agents: NA

149-45 Powells Cove Boulevard
Neighborhood: Whitestone
Price: $1.9 million
Size: 14,396 square feet
Built: 1960
Agents: NA

28-04 21st Street
Neighborhood: Astoria
Price: $1.9 million
Size: 2,500 square feet
Built: 1901
Agents: Evan Daniel, Edward DiTomasso and Ashley Grebow of Modern Spaces


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