Monday, February 13, 2012

Record setting sale for Brooklyn Heights

February 10, 2012, 2:33 pm

Big Ticket | Sold for $11,000,000

Frances Roberts for The New York Times The brownstone at 212 Columbia Heights has 7,000 square feet of space.
A five-story Italianate brownstone in Brooklyn Heights with sweeping views of the New York Harbor and Manhattan skyline that sold for $11 million was the biggest sale of the week, according to city records, and the highest price ever in the neighborhood.
The 7,000 square-foot, seven-bedroom home, at 212 Columbia Heights, has five gas fireplaces, 14-foot-high ceilings on the parlor floor and “a stunning garden facing the Brooklyn Heights Promenade,” according to the listing on the Corcoran Group Web site.
The seller, according to city records, is Nina Collins, a literary agent. When she bought the home with Marek Fludzinski, a hedge fund manager, in 2005, they paid $8.5 million, then the highest price for a town house in Brooklyn.
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