It may be a condo record in a brownstone neighborhood, and it may be fleeting, but for the moment, it’s 277 President Street‘s time in the sun: a contract for a condominium spanning two brownstones in Carroll Gardens has just closed, and it is the most expensive sale of its kind—at least that we know of—for the neighborhood.
“We just closed on Thursday,” Town Residential broker Terry Naini told The Observer, setting the neighborhood record at $2.4 million for the three-bedroom, 2.5-bath unit.
Mirror, mirror on the exposed-brick wall, who has the fairest Cobble Hill townhouse of them all? Well, that’s not for us to say, but 223 Warren Street is certainly the most expensive.
The four-story brownstone has set a neighborhood record, fetching a king’s ransom of $6.05 million. The sale, which closed yesterday, was slightly above the $6 million asking price. And what’s more, the townhouse also breaks the neighborhoods price-per-square foot townhouse record even if you don’t count the garage. (Yes, there’s a garage. And it fits two cars.) The new owners, who prefer to remain anonymous (they bought the place under an LLC named after the address), shelled out $1.55 for each of the home’s meticulously renovated 3,900 square feet.