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Celebrities, Park Slope, Recent Sales

Actor Penn Badgley has moved to Park Slope. Known for his roles in Gossip Girl and most recently, Netflix’s You, Badgley paid $1,825,000 for a corner three-bedroom, two-bath at 140 Eighth Avenue, a 1930s co-op located just a block from Prospect Park. As first reported by real estate gossip blog Dirt, and confirmed by property records, the actor and his wife, musician Domino Kirke, paid $100,000 over the asking price.

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Cool Listings, Park Slope

All photos by Evan Joseph

A recently renovated brownstone located on a park block with eight bedrooms, four baths, and private outdoor space? This home checks all of the boxes. Asking $7.49 million, the townhouse at 541 1st Street in Park Slope was professionally designed and furnished, with attention paid to not only preserving historic details but also complementing them with modern upgrades. In addition to the designer-curated interiors, the home boasts a charming rear garden and a parlor-level deck.

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Cool Listings, Park Slope

Listing photos courtesy of The Corcoran Group

If you’re looking to get into the Park Slope real estate scene on a budget and don’t mind climbing a ladder to go to sleep, this is your place. The cute studio at 475 7th Avenue is asking just $345,000, and it has enough space for a full living room, full-size appliances, and hidden storage. Plus, it’s only two blocks from Prospect Park.

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Cool Listings, Park Slope

Listing photos courtesy by Kellen Houde of REPN

As the listing says, this townhouse in Park Slope has “the rarest of amenities – a double-wide 37′ garden oasis.” The huge outdoor area has beautiful blue stone landscaping, tiered planting beds, and room for multiple gathering spaces. Inside, the added perks keep coming. Both the dining room addition and the full-floor primary bedroom suite have multiple skylights. There’s also a bonus den and home office, as well as the perfect nook for that Peloton bike. The three-bedroom home is on the market for $3,295,000.

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Cool Listings, Park Slope

Listing photos courtesy of The Corcoran Group

This lovely Park Slope co-op is certainly handsome, but it avoids being overly austere and maintains its delicate, pre-war lightness. Located in a brownstone at 135 Garfield Place, the one-bedroom home is filled with wood details old and new, including an original fireplace mantel, pocket shutters, and moldings, as well as new built-in cherry bookshelves. It’s asking $750,000 with monthly maintenance of $443.

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Park Slope, Recent Sales

All photos courtesy of Douglas Elliman

A Brooklyn penthouse overlooking Prospect Park went into contract last week for $6.95 million. As first reported by Mansion Global, the deal will become the priciest condo ever sold in Park Slope when it closes. The sprawling four-bedroom, four-bath residence is located at One Prospect Park West, a roughly 100-year-old building that originally served as a Knights of Columbus hotel and now has been converted into a luxury condominium with 64 homes.

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Cool Listings, Park Slope

Listing photos courtesy of The Corcoran Group

The current owner of this Park Slope co-op is an architect who renovated the apartment to include tons of super-sleek, space-saving features like window seats, bookshelves, and a built-in dish drying rack over the sink. Located at 25 Plaza Street West, right off Grand Army Plaza, the lovely home is on the market for $625,000.

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Cool Listings, Park Slope

Listing photos by Travis Mark

Asking $1.4 million, this two-bedroom Park Slope condo at 231 16th Street has quite a few noteworthy features for the price. There’s 1,000 square feet of interior space, which feels even larger thanks to 14-foot ceilings and oversized 11-foot-tall windows. There’s also a bonus lofted area that holds a home office, washer/dryer, and second full bathroom. Outside, the 423-square-foot backyard is perfect for a gardener, equipped with electricity, water, and a large shed.

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Cool Listings, Park Slope

Listing photos by Hayley Ellen Day / DDReps

There’s technically nothing spectacular about this Park Slope co-op, but it’s got a cheerful disposition that makes us happy. The $775,000 price tag is also quite eyecatching for a two-bedroom plus roof deck, but it should be noted that the bedrooms are both on the small side, there’s minimal closet space, and the rooftop is still mostly raw. However, on the plus side, the home is located at 813 8th Avenue, just one block from Prospect Park.

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Cool Listings, Park Slope

Listing photos by Allyson Lubow, courtesy of The Corcoran Group

Park Slope‘s popular Ansonia Court co-op was once a clock factory, and today its apartments retain many of the old-world factory details like brick walls, beamed ceilings, and wide-open layouts. This two-bedroom unit on the market for $1,699,000 is no exception and it comes with the added perks of chic, modern upgrades, a duplex configuration, and two private outdoor spaces.

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