Park Slope townhouse, condo top luxury contracts in Brooklyn
Borough saw 28 contracts signed last week for listings of $2M and up
Brooklyn’s luxury market had a big week.
The borough saw 28 contracts signed from March 13 to March 19 for homes asking $2 million or more — the most of any week this year, according to Compass’ weekly report. Brooklyn’s luxury market has remained steady over the past two months, with weekly contract totals at 15 or above.
Park Slope homes, including a historic townhouse and a boutique condo, were the priciest to score deals. Seven of the 28 inked last week were for homes in the stroller-packed neighborhood.
Topping the list was a 6,500-square-foot brownstone at 312 Garfield Place with an asking price of $8.9 million. The 22-foot-wide townhouse, built in 1901, has five bedrooms and four bathrooms.
It was completely renovated with a rooftop deck, jacuzzi, sauna, home gym, and chef’s kitchen. Should the heat ever fail, it has eight working fireplaces.
Leslie J. Garfield’s Cameron LeCates had the listing.
The second most expensive home to enter into contract was Unit 2C at 133 Sterling Place, asking $6 million. The apartment, in a condo built in 2007, spans 3,600 square feet and has five bedrooms and four bathrooms.
The pricey pad includes a private underground parking space, gated courtyard, hardwood floors and double-height living room with a wall of windows. The boutique building’s amenities include a children’s playroom, bike room, heated garage, furnished roof deck and basement storage.
Douglas Elliman’s Lindsay Barrett had the listing.
Of the luxury contracts signed in Brooklyn last week, 14 were for townhouses, 13 were for condos and one was for a co-op. The average asking price was $3.3 million and the average price per square foot was $1,355. The homes spent an average of 115 days on the market and had an average discount of 3 percent from original listing price.