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DONE DEALS: Roundup of this week’s residential sales

Brooklyn’s Clinton Hill neighborhood is home to 320 Washington Avenue, also known as the former Graham Home for Old Ladies.

The landmarked building, located within the historic district, is recognizable for its unusual facade and circular driveway and is adjacent to Underwood Park.

At this address, unit #4A (pictured top) recently sold for $1.359 million, well above the asking price of $1.2 million, and after only 13 days on the market, following a flurry of bids.


Brad Bateman of Compass represented the seller, while Susan Lee of Douglas Elliman represented the buyer.

Bateman said that when developing the marketing strategy for the two-bedroom, 2-bath home, “I encouraged my seller to do some cosmetic renovations in addition to painting and staging. We upgraded both bathrooms, changed out the hardware on every door and closet, sanded the floors and made them lighter to appeal to current aesthetic tastes, put in a new stainless steel fridge, and painted the entire apartment.”

The home was then priced competitively in the hope of getting multiple offers. The low pricing paid off after the open house, when “a bidding war ensued,” said Bateman.


Carnegie Hill
111 East 88th Street

Prewar Park Avenue renovated one-bedroom condo in a doorman building has a renovated open kitchen with stainless steel appliances and a Bosch dishwasher, spacious dining area, windowed renovated bathroom and an in-unit Miele washer/dryer. The apartment has California Closet systems in the bedroom and entry closets.
Fuel surcharge is an additional $49.63 per month. Taxes include a 17.5 percent abatement for use as a primary residence. Asking price: $749,000. Seller’s agents: Kristina Ojdanic and Tripp Cade, The Corcoran Group. Buyer’s agents: Chuan Zhang, Chase Global M Realty.


Upper West Side
221 West 82nd Street

Prewar condop (no board interview and a short application) with two large bedrooms, 1.5 baths. The apartment features original prewar details with high ceilings and hardwood floors. The layout includes a foyer, large living room with built-ins to maximize storage, master bedroom and a customized walk- in closet. The updated windowed kitchen has cherry cabinets and stainless-steel appliances, including a Miele dishwasher. The full windowed bathroom is renovated with classic subway tiles and contrasting tile accents, stall shower and a deep tub. Original list price: $1,195,000.
Seller represented by Carole Zelner, Corcoran. Buyer respresented by Fay Kong, Fay Kong Real Estate.

Morningside Heights
70 La Salle Street, Apt. 9A

This two-bedroom, 1-bath apartment has nine closets and a private enclosed patio overlooking Riverside Church. The 950 s/f apartment boasts an eat-in windowed kitchen and is in the NOCO (North of Columbia) community. Asking Price: $685,000. Monthly Maintenance: $1,439. Days on market: 164. Agents: Celine Coudert of Warburg Realty, Juliet Anne Pederson-Klug of Ideal Properties Group.


East Midtown
424 East 52nd Street, 5A

This Prewar, two-bedroom, 2-bath has classic detail throughout in the arched entryways, hardwood floors, moldings, and beamed ceilings. living room is enhanced by built-in bookcases and cabinets that flank the wood-burning marble fireplace. The windowed kitchen has been completely renovated with custom cabinetry, granite counters, and high-end stainless steel appliances. Asking price: $1,285,000. CC: $2,581. Days on market: 37. Agents: Allison Chiaramonte and Tania Isacoff Friedland of Warburg Realty, Calli Sarkesh of Compass Realty.

Upper West Side
67 West 107th Street, #15,

Down the street from Central Park, this two-bedroom/1-bath home is located in the back of a pre-war building and has been renovated with wooden floors and a windowed kitchen and bath. The kitchen has granite counters and stainless steel appliances including a refrigerator, microwave and dishwasher. CC: $579. Real Estate taxes: $359. Last asking price: $638,500. Time on market: nine weeks. Agent: Adolfo Brenes, City Connections Realty, Inc.


Brooklyn Heights
11 Monroe Place #3

This two-bedroom, 2- bath co-op has been recently renovated. This full-floor brownstone apartment offers a wood-burning fireplace, hardwood floors, custom built-ins, washer/dryer in unit and a terrace big enough for a table, seating area and a grille. The master bedroom suite has a double sided custom walk-in closet along with built in storage compartments throughout the room. The bathroom is newly renovated with a granite topped sink and walk-in shower. The second bedroom has a double closet.
Asking price: $2,300,00. CC: $1,700. Days on market: 130. Agents: Buyer’s agent: James Foreman, Brown Harris Stevens. Seller represented by Phillip Salem, Triplemint.

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