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FEATURED DEAL: Worth the wait

Good things come to those who wait and, although a couple nabbed a coveted Carroll Gardens Brownstone within three weeks, it took two years for the deal to close.

Bill Sheppard at Brown Harris Stevens had listed the three story fixer-upper at 31 2nd Street for $1,600,000.

Gino DiMeo
Gino DiMeo

The 2,171 s/f house has front and rear gardens and a windowed English basement with a separate entrance. It was configured as a three family, but with all the potential for a full renovation by anyone looking for a beautiful new home in the ideal location.

In comes Gino DiMeo from Realty Collective, whose clients won best and final offer at $1,850,000 three days ater the house was listed.

“It was an all cash, ‘be ready to close in one week’ type of deal’ recalle DiMeo.

“ Unfortunately, the estate, from an administrative standpoint, wasn’t ready to sell the house. Therefore it took two years to close.”

Just half a block to the subway and near the cafes and shops of Smith Street, the buyers were resolved to wait it out.



Upper West Side
372 Central Park West, #4E
Alcove studio condo with separate modern kitchen and dining area. Located on the 4th floor, the unit faces south and has partial Central Park views. The Vaux condominium amenities include a courtyard, central laundry, health club and fitness center, a private children’s playground, community room and outdoor parking for owners. Asking Price: $700,000. CC: $332. Days on the Market: 3 days. Agents: Roy Silber and Rick Ashenfarb, Citi Habitats.

Upper West Side
101 West 79th St. 11G
One bedroom condo with park and Rose Planetarium views from six-foot picture windows. Fully renovated to include chef’s kitchen with granite counters, solid wood Luxor white matte finished cabinets, stainless steel appliances and fixtures including Subzero. Walnut floors, 9 ft. ceilings, and Frigidaire washer/dryer. California Closets. White marble bathroom. Park Belvedere has a 24-hour concierge and doorman, as well as a resident building manager. Asking price: $1,395,000. Time on market: 1 week. Agents: Anna Kahn & Joseph Truglio, Halstead Property; Corcoran.

Sutton Place
36 Sutton Place South, #5G
Junior 4 converted to two bedroom, 1-bath. Living room with built in bookshelves and dining gallery. Fully-renovated kitchen with stone countertops, and GE Profile stainless-steel appliances. Renovated marble bathroom with radiant heat floors. Hardwood floors and crown moldings. Post war co-op with full-time doorman, roof deck and basement storage space. CC: $1,646. Asking Price: $850,000. Time on the Market: 18 days. Agents: Robert Doernberg, Brown Harris Stevens; Stephen L. Geller, Corcoran.

West Village
25 Charles St. #1A
Parlor floor one-bedroom, 1-bath condop. Architect-designed to maximize space. Large chef’s kitchen with black granite counter tops, dishwasher and trash compactor. The main living area has two oversized, south-facing windows. Queen-sized master bedroom and storage space throughout with custom-built closets and cabinet. Asking Price: $674,000. CC: $586. Days on the Market: 26 weeks. Agents: Megan Kernan, DSA Realty; Eva Burkley, Citi Habitats.

22 Mercer St. #2B
Two bedroom, 2.5-bath loft with sunken living room, mahogany-framed arched windows, 13 ft. ceilings, wood burning fireplace and Juliette balcony. Bulthaup kitchen with Gaggenau, Miele, and SubZero appliances, floor-to-ceiling pantry space. Triple glazed CitiQuiet windows, Crestron touch lighting panels, built-in speaker system, central air and heat, and a laundry room with washer/and vented dryer. Both bedrooms are en-suite. Constructed in 1860, this newly converted 24-hour doorman condo has a landscaped roof deck and dedicated storage rooms for each apartment. CC: $1,745. Asking Price: $3,995,000. Time on the Market: 143 days. Agent: Michael Moore, Corcoran Group.


Fort Greene
21 South Portland Ave. #1
Two bedroom parlor floor co-­op in a pre-war townhouse with 14 ft. ceilings and a chef’s kitchen with designer appliances. Private garden, two wood burning fireplaces, marble bath. Floor-to-ceiling windows, free storage. CC: $820. Asking Price: $1,395,000. Time on the Market: 3 days.Agents: Kristina Leonetti, Corcoran Group; Richard Rojas & Alice Corporan, Corcoran Group.

Columbia Waterfront
99 Kane St.
Greek Revival newly renovated two-family townhome built in 1846. 3,850 s/f with 22 windows and two skylights with views of the New York Harbor and lower Manhattan skyline. Triplex plus penthouse has five bedrooms and 3.5 baths. Garden level energy efficient mechanical system, private entrance, and foyer. New electrical, copper plumbing, new boiler, new roof, and high-efficiency central AC. Asking price: $2,800,000. Time on market: 11 weeks. Agents: Donald Brennan, Betsy Hoffman & Tiffany Lee, Brennan Realty Services,

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