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Want a Brooklyn Heights Townhouse? Try Bidding $3 Million

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The townhouse at 13 Cranberry Street took home the neighborhood's priciest sale trophy in 2010 by selling for $6.2 million. That's a hefty chunk of change, but there's some good news for thinner-walleted Heights house fans: the bar is a bit lower this year so far. Two homes in the 'hood have sold in the last month for $3 million, the highest price of 2011. The sale of 96 Joralemon Street, above, hit public record today. The house, with a 5BR triplex up top, a 2BR in the middle, and a doctor's office on the ground floor, first hit the market just over a year ago for $3.6 million. Not a bad final price, considering the other $3 million sale of the year.
Last month, the sale of 28 Middagh Street hit public record, also for $3 million. The listing is no longer online, but according to the StreetEasy page, the building is an 1828 house with its own garage and garden and a recent renovation. Sounds nice, but the stats suggest some troubles: 28 Middagh first hit market in November 2009 for $4.2 million, and the place was chopped all the way to $3.25 million before it sold. Check out the floorplan, plus a hint at the interior design:

· Listing: 96 Joralemon Street [Corcoran]
· 28 Middagh Street [StreetEasy]