Cobble Hill townhouse tops Brooklyn’s luxury contracts

Buyers signed deals for 26 homes asking $2M+

Cobble Hill Townhouse Tops Brooklyn’s Luxury Market
From left: Serhant’s Ravi Kantha, 92 Amity Street; Douglas Elliman’s Alexander Maroni, 453 State Street (Serhant, Douglas Elliman, Google Maps)

One of Fortis Property Group’s Polhemus Townhouses capped off Brooklyn’s luxury market last week. 

The home at 92 Amity Street, asking $6.7 million, was the priciest property in the borough to find a buyer between June 17 and June 23, according to Compass’ weekly report. 

The Cobble Hill townhouse, built in 2017, spans 4,200 square feet and has four bedrooms and four bathrooms. It also features private parking, a double-height foyer, elevator and finished cellar. 

The home, which last traded for $6.2 million in 2021, has floated on and off the market since last October, when it listed for just under $7 million. 

Serhant’s Ravi Kantha had the listing. 

A Boerum Hill townhouse, asking $5.8 million, was the second most expensive property to find a buyer. The four-story pad at 453 State Street, built in 1899, spans 4,000 square feet and has four bedrooms and four bathrooms. 

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It also features more than 1,300 square feet of outdoor space, including a backyard, patio and terrace. The renovated home, which hit the market in May after trading for $2.5 million last year, includes original details such as its brownstone facade and mansard roof with dormer windows. 

Douglas Elliman’s Alexander Maroni had the listing. 

Brooklyn’s luxury market picked up last week with buyers signing contracts for 26 properties in the borough asking $2 million or more. The total was up from 19 contracts inked in the previous period

Among the homes to enter contract, condos and townhouses were neck-and-neck, wracking up 13 and 12 inked deals respectively. The remaining contract was for a co-op. 

The properties had an average asking price of $3.4 million, which works out to roughly $1,400 per square foot. The typical property spent 112 days on the market with an average discount of 3 percent from the listing price. 

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