Fort greene Passive house Just a few months after it was set, it’s about to break the sales record in the neighborhood.
The refurbished townhouse at 6 South Oxford Street, just a stone’s throw from Fort Greene Park, signed a deal last month for about $ 1 million, exceeding the $ 7 million asking price. .. It was on the market for just a week.
If the transaction is completed as scheduled at the end of next month, Break the previous record Despite being smaller than 3,000 square feet, it’s $ 6.5 million set by 198 Washington Park. For $ 8 million, the cost would be $ 1,488 per square foot, almost double the $ 758 for a Washington Park mansion.
“I was hoping to get a lot of attention. I was hoping for multiple bids, but I didn’t expect how high it would be with 10 bids,” Blackburn said. I am. “Everything that is completely turnkey is commanding a premium.”
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Distinguish discounts on the historic black districts of Brownstone Brooklyn, such as Fort Greene and Clinton Hill, which have been fairly gentrified over the last three decades, as well as Park Slope, Boaram Hill, and Carroll’s former working-class outposts. Is getting harder and harder. A garden a generation ago.
Blackburn brings demand for downtown Fort Greene and Brooklyn to the Atlantic Terminal’s transportation hub and Manhattan, and 30 acres of park..
“It’s definitely driven by local buyers who have a very subtle understanding of the premium in a particular location block by block,” she said.
South Oxford Street’s brownstone is 5,300 square feet, with five bedrooms and five bathrooms, all with bespoke woodwork and ample storage space. The house has built-in Sonos speakers and a home security system.
The kitchen has luxury appliances and a built-in island. On the lower floors of the house are an infrared sauna, a standard sauna and a gym. On the third floor, there is a glass roof, a wood-burning fireplace and a sunroom with offices.
“Refurbishments are becoming more and more expensive,” Blackburn said. “If owners had to make a refurbishment in 6 South Oxford today, it would cost much more than they did and it would be exorbitant.”