These were the top Brooklyn and Queens home sales in September

The number one spot went to 14 College Place in Brooklyn Heights, which sold for $9.6M

TRD New York /
Oct.October 06, 2017 02:21 PM

The top home sale in Brooklyn for the month of September once again belongs to Brooklyn Heights, where a residence at 14 College Place sold for $9.6 million.

That was the neighborhood’s only appearance on last month’s top five, however, as the next two spots were taken up by homes in Park Slope, and the following two went to homes in Cobble Hill, according to data provided by PropertyShark. The Brooklyn Heights sale was about $3 million higher than its closest competitor.

The top five houses were in five different neighborhoods in Queens. The priciest listing at $3.8 million went to Astoria and was followed by homes in Jamaica Estates, Douglaston, Forest Hills and Long Island City.

See below for the top five home sales during the month of September in Brooklyn and Queens:

BROOKLYN

14 College Place
Neighborhood: Brooklyn Heights
Price: $9.6 million
Size: 2,050 square feet
Built: 1920
Agents: Lindsay Barton Barrett, Christina Abad, Cristina Criado, Jessica Hirsch and Daniel Dinko of Compass

77 Prospect Place
Neighborhood: Park Slope
Price: $6.6 million
Size: 4,500 square feet
Built: 1899
Agents: Paul Gavriani and Vincent Falcone of the Corcoran Group

56 Garfield Place
Neighborhood: Park Slope
Price: $5.6 million
Size: 3,060 square feet
Built: 1910
Agents: Lindsay Barton Barrett, Christina Abad and Jessica Hirsch of Compass

123 Congress Street
Neighborhood: Cobble Hill
Price: $5.1 million
Size: 3,375 square feet
Built: 1855
Agents: Lucy Perry and Chris Sheller of Corcoran

48 Tompkins Place
Neighborhood: Cobble Hill
Price: $4.8 million
Size: 3,360 square feet
Built: 1901
Agents: N/A

QUEENS

30-38 29th Street
Neighborhood: Astoria
Price: $3.8 million
Size: 2,868 square feet
Built: 1915
Agents: Daniel Wechsler, Michael Tortorici and Jesse Greshin of Ariel Property Advisors

184-15 Hovenden Road
Neighborhood: Jamaica Estates
Price: $3.5 million
Size: 5,980 square feet
Built: 1945
Agents: Donna Rubertone of Daniel Gale Associates Inc.

126 West Drive
Neighborhood: Douglaston
Price: $3 million
Size: 5,071 square feet
Built: 1901
Agents: Nina Kowalsky of Daniel Gale Associates Inc.

11 Greenway North
Neighborhood: Forest Hills
Price: $2.5 million
Size: 4,856 square feet
Built: 1925
Agents: N/A

11-49 47th Avenue, 8B & P6
Neighborhood: Long Island City
Price: $2.1 million
Size: N/A
Built: 2017
Agents: Modern Spaces


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