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DONE DEALS: Broker plays Queens high

It’s official. Queens is now a millionaires playground!
After breaking the million dollar price median last summer, a new record has been set in Ridgewood.


Halstead’s Christian H. Wittmann just closed on the $1.649 million sale of 1635 Hancock Street, breaking the neighborhood’s townhouse record.
The renovated five bedroom, 4-bath townhouse has been configured as an owner triplex with income-producing rental on the ground floor.
It combines two wood burning fireplaces, exposed beams and brick with state-of-the-art security and entertainment system and a private back yard to boot.
Wittman listed the house last October for $1.7 million and it took him just 62 days to go to contract.
Maggie Leigh Marshall form Douglas Elliman brought in the buyer, who was looking for a turn-key home. Wittman said, “New Yorkers looking for a pre-war row house have been eyeing Ridgewood for years, with its quiet neighborhood feel and convenience to transportation.  However, purchasing here, where it’s common for homes to reside with one owner for decades usually also meant the need for significant renovations.
“1635 Hancock St was a turn-key opportunity to own a stellar home without the pains and expense of renovating.  Selling this property for a record price in only 62 days on market at a time when many NYC neighborhoods are seeing price declines confirms Ridgewood is still on the rise.”
Price records show the house (pictured top) has traded three times in the past 20 years — for $165,000 in 1998; $305,000 in 2003 and $518,000 in 2009.
The previous record was $1.6 million at 1112 Wyckoff Avenue in August 2018.

Morningside Heights
535 W110th St. 3J
Move-in ready one bedroom, 1-bath with entry foyer, original herringbone floors, high ceiling, open kitchen and tons of charm. Building services and amenities include 24-hour doorman, resident super, laundry, bike room, fitness room, storage bins and two landscaped and furnished roof decks. 24-hour garage parking (and Zipcars) are available next door. Asking Price: $490,000. CC: $730. Days on Market: 44. Agents: Steven O. Goldschmidt and Stacy Sussman, Warburg Realty.

Lenox Hill
360 E72nd St, #A1001


Two bedroom, 2-bath (convertible three) home with walls of windows, high ceilings, courtyard views and abundant storage space with multiple walk-in closets. Currently configured as two bedroom with a separate dining area. Asking Price: $1,499,000. CC: $1,834. Days on Market: 52. Agents: Ariel Tavivian , Yair Tavivian and Noam Gottlieb of Douglas Elliman.

101 W24th St. #4H
836 s/f one bedroom, 1.5-bath loft-like apartment. 12 ft. ceilings, foyer with coat closet, open living/dining room. Kitchen with Pietra Cardosa stone countertops and breakfast bar,. Bedroom has massive windows overlooking the terrace. Central AC/heat, custom closets and yellow birch floors. Large storage unit and two 48-bottle wine storage units in the basement available to transfer with sale. Amenities include fitness center, entertainment lounge, billiards room, outdoor landscaped garden, roofdeck. Asking price: $1,650,000. CC: $710. Days on market: 41. Agents: Elizabeth Higgins and Leighton Candler, Corcoran.

61 Lexington Ave. #3A


Studio co-op with exposed brick accent wall, hardwood floors and a wall of windows in the main living area. Open kitchen with breakfast bar and track lighting. Foyer with storage and generous closet space throughout. Located in a post-war brick elevator building with on-site laundry. Asking Price: $365,000. CC: $1,049. Days on the Market: 26 weeks. Agent: Keith Knight, Citi Habitats.

Greenwich Village
60 E8th St. 22D
Georgetown Plaza one bedroom, 1-bath condop with city views. 9 ft. ceilings, dining area and galley kitchen. Living room and bedroom have generous proportions with western light. Asking Price: $1,400,000. CC: $1,977. Days on Market: 144. Agent: Ted Karagannis, Warburg Realty.

533 Lexington Ave.
Circa 1899 two-family townhouse with gated front yard. Home features hardwood floors, exposed brick and stone accent walls and period details throughout. The owners’ duplex has a decorative fireplace, high ceilings and access to a private back garden. Open kitchen features dishwasher and granite island. Near shopping and restaurants with easy access to Manhattan via the J, G or C trains. Asking Price: $899,000. Days on the Market: 23 weeks. Agents: James Guimaraes, Ideal Properties Group; Molly Franklin, Citi Habitats.

Sunset Park
728 41st St. #1C
One bedroom, 1-bath co-op with three exposures. Modern kitchen, parquet floors and pre-war detail. Located on the first floor of a self-managed Finnish coop. Building has solar panels which reduce energy costs. Amenities include a free private storage bin, bike storage and laundry room, common courtyard with tables and grill. Pet friendly building near the park with its Olympic-size swimming pool, gym, soccer field and sprinkler park. Asking price: $390,000. CC: $435 Days on the Market: 111. Agents: Peter Bracichowcz, Corcoran.

Park Slope
270 5th St. #3l


Two bedroom, 10bath co-op with 13 ft. ceilings and oversized factory windows. Loft-like space with northern exposures and park views. Great room with room for formal dining and living. Updated kitchen hwith custom cabinets and stainless Bosch appliances. Recently updated, marble bathroom with Duravit toilet and sink. Custom-designed bookshelf in the second bedroom and extra above-closet cabinets. Common laundry. Asking price: $999,000. CC: $872. Days on market: 87.Agents: Jessica Buchman and Kristin Miller, Corcoran; Sydney Blumstein and Olivia Ionescu, Corcoran.

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