Many of the homes in this week’s list are holding their spots for a second week, from a Sunset Park flip job, to a standalone Edwardian in Midwood, to a brand-new townhouse in Gowanus. There are also some first-timers, and all are at a range of prices, sizes and neighborhoods.
Which would you choose?
This condo is fully renovated and reasonably attractive, and seems a decent deal for a three-bedroom in a favorable location. It’s in a 16-unit prewar building at 355 St. Johns Place in Prospect Heights, in close proximity to Prospect Park, Grand Army Plaza and the Brooklyn Botanical Garden.
355 St. Johns Place #2A
Area: Prospect Heights
Broker: Halstead (Kris Sylvester)
Keeping its top spot, on Union Street in Gowanus we’ve got a newly constructed townhouse that’s been in the works for quite a few years. Some money was sunk into this one, which has four bedrooms and four stories, plus a “roof cabana” with two decks and an enclosed wet bar with a wine closet and wine fridge. There are double-height ceilings on the bottom level; bells and whistles include a high-performance heating and cooling system with zoned climate control, closed circuit security cameras, remote controlled solar shades on the double-height windows and an iPad-controlled audio system.
467 Union Street
Price: $3.2 million
Broker: Halstead Property (Tamara Abir)
Saturday, July 23, 2016