As reported by Brownstoner, this 19th century Park Slope property has sold for $2.7 million. Check out the post I wrote in December, â€śOpulent Mansion in Need of a Rescue,â€ť and find out what itâ€™ll take to renovate this run-down beauty. Originally built as a one-family mansion but recently configured for eight units, it appears this 1899 mansion has found its savior!Â Read the post here.
36 Cambridge Place, an 1866 townhouse in Clinton Hillâ€™s historic district, entered contract after just 32 days on the market. Brennan Realty represented the (happy) seller of the home, which was listed for $1.725 million.* This deal shows that to achieve a high sales price in a short amount of time, expertise matters more than firm size.
In selling a home, we get wide market exposure using the same listing sites as larger firms use, like StreetEasy.com and NYTimes.com.Â But our boutique firm also has the market focus and expertise to offer more personalized and specialized services that most large brokers canâ€™t provide. Â Find out more here.
*Exact sales price and other details will be disclosed upon the closing of the transaction, which is expected in two-three months.
Summer play in Carroll Park.
In myÂ latest blogpost onÂ Carroll Gardens Patch, I discuss the importance of outdoor public space in buying a home.Â Read the full post here.
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