Boerum Hill townhouse tops Brooklyn market this week

Average asking price in borough’s luxury homes was $3 million

Boerum Hill Townhouse Tops Brooklyn Luxury Homes Market
375 Degraw Street; Douglas Elliman’s Alexander Maroni; 360 Furman Street; Corcoran’s Carol Cappelletti (Google Maps, Corcoran, Douglas Elliman

Brooklyn’s luxury market maintained a steady flow of contracts leading up to the holiday weekend. 

Eighteen homes in the borough asking $2 million or more found buyers last week, down only slightly from 20 in the previous week, according to Compass’ weekly report. Since the week of Thanksgiving, the market has seen between 18 and 20 contracts weekly.

The priciest home to enter contract was 375 Degraw Street in Boerum Hill, with an asking price of $7.5 million. The townhouse, built in the 19th century, spans 4,800 square feet and has seven bedrooms and four bathrooms. 

The renovated home also features 1,700 square feet of outdoor space, including a wrap-around deck and tiled roof terrace, as well as a chef’s kitchen and corner dining room. Douglas Elliman’s Alexander Maroni had the listing.

Sign Up for the undefined Newsletter

The second most expensive home to find a buyer was Unit 1103/1104 at 360 Furman Street in Brooklyn Heights, with an asking price of $3.8 million. The 2,400-square-foot condo has three bedrooms and three bathrooms.

It also features a large quartz island, home automation features and primary suite with a walk-in closet and en-suite bathroom. Amenities in the 435-unit building, known as One Brooklyn Bridge Park, include a 24-hour concierge, gym, playroom, music room and valet parking. Corcoran’s Carol Cappelletti had the listing. 

Robert Levine’s condominium building has been home to some of the city’s priciest listings. An 11,000-square-foot triplex owned by hedge funder Stuart Leaf and his wife made headlines in 2015 as the most expensive home on the market with a $32 million asking price. 

A penthouse in the building, last asking $6.5 million, landed among Brooklyn’s priciest homes to find buyers last month.

Of the 18 contracts signed, eight were for condos, and 10 were for townhouses. 

The average asking price was $3 million, or $1,311 per square foot. On average, the homes spent 139 days on the market and were priced at 2 percent less than their original listing price.

Read more

Brooklyn Heights, Clinton Hill Townhouses Top Brooklyn’s Luxury Market
New York
Brooklyn Heights, Clinton Hill townhouses top Brooklyn’s luxury market
New York
Hochul signs LLC transparency bill into law but adds big caveat
Indie actress Parker Posey Sells Chelsea Triplex
New York
Indie actress Parker Posey sells Chelsea triplex
Recommended For You