A new condo conversion in Park Slope at 397 1st Street has quickly sold 100% of its inventory, according to developer East River Partners LLC. The listing at Corcoran describes the seven 2-bedroom unit townhouse as “melding prewar elegance with contemporary style, thoughtfully renovated to preserve original stained glass, bay windows and fireplace mantles. Prices ranged from $829,000 to $1,279,000.
Also featured: open plan kitchens with custom cabinetry, Caesarstone countertops, Liebherr refrigerators and Bosch dishwashers & washer/dryers. The building’s penthouse offers a private rooftop, while the duplex has exclusive access to a garden. (Photo: Corcoran)
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The townhouse has seven units, all with two bedrooms, ranging in list price from $829,000 to $1,279,000. (Click here for the floor plans.) They went on the market in July, and five of the units sold for slightly above ask, according to Streeteasy, with the most expensive clocking in at $1,302,341. The interiors are a mix of historic and contemporary, with original stained glass, bay windows, and fireplace mantels, as well as new walnut-stained oak floors, open plan kitchens and Caesarstone countertops. Some interior photos can still be seen on the Corcoran web site.