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Two-family, 10-bedroom townhouse was one of Brooklyn’s top contracts last week

Brooklyn Heights home last asked $7.25M

143 Willow Street (Google Maps, Corcoran)

143 Willow Street (Google Maps, Corcoran)

Two townhouses topped Brooklyn’s luxury contracts last week, but only one of them had bedrooms in the double digits.

A five-story two-family townhouse in Brooklyn Heights went into contract last week with a last asking price of $7.25 million, according to Compass’ weekly report.

The 25-foot wide home at 143 Willow Street has 10 bedrooms and four-and-a-half bathrooms. It has 13-foot ceilings and a backyard garden 50 feet deep.

The home was one of 25 contracts worth $2 million or more that were signed in Brooklyn from Aug. 16-22. Thirteen of those deals were condominiums and 12 were townhouses. Combined, their asking prices totaled $81.8 million.

The median asking price of those homes was $2.7 million — same as the previous week — and the average price per square foot was $1,376.

But the most expensive property going into contract last week was a single-family Brooklyn Heights home that was last asking $7.6 million. The 4,265-square-foot townhouse at 13 Pineapple Street has seven bedrooms and three-and-a-half bathrooms, as well as a media room and a garden that’s 50-feet wide.

Homes spent an average of 205 days on the market and received an average discount of 2 percent.

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New York

Two-family, 10-bedroom townhouse was one of Brooklyn’s top contracts last week

Brooklyn Heights home last asked $7.25M

143 Willow Street (Google Maps, Corcoran)

143 Willow Street (Google Maps, Corcoran)

Two townhouses topped Brooklyn’s luxury contracts last week, but only one of them had bedrooms in the double digits.

A five-story two-family townhouse in Brooklyn Heights went into contract last week with a last asking price of $7.25 million, according to Compass’ weekly report.

The 25-foot wide home at 143 Willow Street has 10 bedrooms and four-and-a-half bathrooms. It has 13-foot ceilings and a backyard garden 50 feet deep.

The home was one of 25 contracts worth $2 million or more that were signed in Brooklyn from Aug. 16-22. Thirteen of those deals were condominiums and 12 were townhouses. Combined, their asking prices totaled $81.8 million.

The median asking price of those homes was $2.7 million — same as the previous week — and the average price per square foot was $1,376.

But the most expensive property going into contract last week was a single-family Brooklyn Heights home that was last asking $7.6 million. The 4,265-square-foot townhouse at 13 Pineapple Street has seven bedrooms and three-and-a-half bathrooms, as well as a media room and a garden that’s 50-feet wide.

Homes spent an average of 205 days on the market and received an average discount of 2 percent.

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