Brooklyn Heights Townhouse tops borough’s luxury deals

30 Front Street (Streeteasy)

A condo at 30 Front Street in Dumbo was again among the most expensive listings to find a buyer in Brooklyn last week, but it was edged out for the top spot by a townhouse in Brooklyn Heights.

The four-story, five-bedroom townhouse at 19 Cranberry Street has a contract asking for $11 million, according to Compass’ weekly report on contracts signed for homes asking for $2 million or more. Located at the corner of Cranberry and Willow streets, the 5,500 square foot home features a garden, gated parking and a restored mansard roof. It also has original fireplace mantels, a bespoke kitchen with antique cabinetry, and a wine cellar, according to the listing.

The second most expensive unit to close a contract last week was unit 22A at 30 Front Street, which was asking for $7.7 million. The 3,200 square foot condo features five bedrooms, four bathrooms and over 350 square feet of outdoor space. Units in the Fortis Property Group development, where sales were launched last year, were a mainstay of Compass’s weekly report, finishing nine times at or near the top of the weekly ranking of the borough’s most expensive contracts. since February.

Thirty-one Brooklyn homes closed with asking prices over $2 million last week, including 17 townhouses and 14 condos, up from 42 contracts the previous week. No luxury cooperative was taken off the market last week. The average asking price per square foot was $1,281 and the median asking price was $2.9 million. The average home was on the market for 123 days and received a 1% discount.

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