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Park Slope Ladder #4: $2 million to $3 million

[This week, we're taking our three-packs to Park Slope, where we'll climb the price ladder from six figures to an as-yet-undetermined height. Today, we continue with apartments priced between $2 million and $3 million.]

1) What/Where: Brownstone, 3rd St. (5th & 6th)
Asking: $2.399 mil
The Skinny: Welcome to 3rd St., "a tree-lined block with Park Slope's widest sidewalks." No mention of Bosch or Viking, but "[t]he roof, plumbing, boiler, windows and electric have all been replaced." Boh-ring. Tae Kwon Do down the street. Currently garden duplex with two rentals.
· Listing: 377 3rd St. [Brown Harris]

2) What/Where: Townhouse, North Slope
Asking: $2.45 million
The Skinny: Parts unknown, though perhaps someone in the nabe will place it for us. This is one of those learn-something listings. Note the "bull's-eye windows" and "elements of Queen Anne and Romanesque Revival styles." Deck leading to the garden out back.
· Listing: North Slope [Warren Lewis via NYT]

3) What/Where: Brownstone, 5th St. (8th & PPW)
Asking: $2.9 million
The Skinny: Renovated and well-appointed. Lots of detail here, right down to the garden, which " has roses, rhododendrons, azaleas, a flaming bush plant and a huge pussy willow." Anybody got a fan? The 3rd and 4th floor rentals each have outdoor space.
· Listing: 46 Park Place [Halstead]

· Park Slope Ladder #1: $1 million to $2 million [Curbed]
· Park Slope Ladder #1: $500k to $1 million [Curbed]
· Park Slope Ladder #1: Under $500k [Curbed]