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DONE DEALS: Bed-Stuy townhouse sells for $3.6M

The sale of 5 Arlington Place in Bedford-Stuyvesant for $3.6 million was one of the top sales of its kind in the neighborhood, announced Nadine Adamson of Brown Harris Stevens.

Adamson and Kelsey Hall of Brown Harris Stevens represented the seller of the four-story, 3,600-square-foot Renaissance Revival style brownstone (pictured top) built in 1887.


Designed by George P. Chappell, 5 Arlington Place features a five-bedroom, three-and-a-half bathroom upper triplex, and one-bedroom garden apartment.

“This exquisite home was recently restored from top to bottom to maximize every modern convenience, while preserving its extensive original interior and exterior details including fully restored period stained glass,” Adamson said.

Other details include a restored and rebuilt central staircase, plasterwork and beams, doors, window casings and fretwork, as well as six original fireplaces mantles, a back terrace, a private landscaped garden, a full basement and a furnished roof deck with views of Manhattan and the Brooklyn skyline.


Upper East Side
68 East 86th St.. #5C

Three-bedroom, 2-bath pre-war home with formal entry gallery leading to corner living room with elevated dining area featuring two exposures. Windowed kitchen has custom cabinets and stainless steel appliances. Both bathrooms are windowed. California Closets, 9.5 ft. ceilings, vented Asko washer/dryer, oak floors, restored prewar details. Cooperative has full-time doorman and resident manager. Asking price: $2,195,000. CC: $4,062. Days on market: 88. Agents: Greg Kammerer and Kristina Odjanic, Corcoran; Matthew Fox, Sotheby’s.


Upper East Side
305 E. 72nd St. 4GN

Two-bedroom, 2-bath home has been renovated in the Charing Cross Cooperative. Rustic Red Oak floors in foyer, living room and dining area and banquette with ample built-in storage and seating. The windowed kitchen has new stainless steel dishwasher and fridge. The master bedroom has custom built-in wardrobe cabinetry and carpeting. The second bedroom has an en-suite bath. Both bathrooms feature Nemo Stone mosaic tiles, Carrera marble countertops, custom shower doors, and storage. There is also a Miele washer/dryer.  Asking price: $1,225,000. CC: $2,128. Days on market: 19. Agents: Hila Peled of Triplemint; The Scott Hustis/Mark Janovic Team of Compass.

Sutton Place
60 Sutton Place S. #3MN

Newly installed windows enhance the view from this large one-bedroom, 1-bath home. Kitchen has stainless steel appliances, white cabinets and granite counter tops. Home has six large closets and a dining area can be converted to second bedroom with open kitchen. Building has fitness center, valet service and reduced rate on site parking.  Asking price: $650,000. CC: $1,584.72 Days on market: 272. Agents: Gina Ko, Triplemint; Max Himenez of Halstead.

Bedford Stuyvesant
30 Howard Avenue

The main duplex of this two-family property has a two-level floor plan with a finished basement level that includes a master bedroom and ensuite, as well as access to a private backyard with a custom gazebo. An upper level two-bedroom apartment comes with a gas kitchen, living room and a full bathroom. The basement level also has plumbing for a kitchenette and could be converted into a self-contained level. Real estate taxes: $2,085/year. Last asking price: $1,150,000. Time on Market: 11 weeks. Agents: Franco Medina, Gladys Barco and Samantha Sinkevitch, Compass; Frank Roper, City Connections Realty Inc.

Brooklyn Heights
215 Adams St., #10C

This is a 10th floor, two-bedroom 2-bath co-op. The north-facing exposure in the living room, kitchen and bedroom overlooks the landscaped gardens and also provides views of Lower Manhattan and the Brooklyn Bridge.
Concord Village has a 24-hour doorman, on premises superintendent, laundry room, fitness center, package room, community room and dog run. Other amenities include a bicycle room, storage facility, on-site parking (with wait lists) and a roof deck. Asking price $875,000. Days on market: Zero. Agents: Anthony Muratore and Wendy Jones of Ideal Properties Group.

Brooklyn Heights
24 Monroe Place, #5C

This one-bedroom, 1-bath co-op has a double closeted foyer leading to living room with east facing windows and a 17-foot long living room. The bedroom has two windows and has two closets, one of which is lined with cedar. The bedroom retains its original glass paned door. 24 Monroe Place was completed in 1928, with Pre-War details all over the building. Asking price $649,000. Days on market: 26. Agent: Andrew Westphal of Ideal Properties Group.

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