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$6M Cobble Hill Townhouse Sale Sets Neighborhood Record

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The townhouse at 233 Warren Street in Cobble Hill went into contract less than a month after it hit the market, and the Observer reports that the sale closed yesterday for just over the $6 million asking price, setting a new record for the neighborhood. The finally price was $6.05 million, significantly higher than the last record setter, also on Warren Street, which sold for $5.4 million in 2008. Renovated by architect Joseph Tanney, 233 Warren was originally built in 1880, and it was featured in this year's City Modern home tours.

Tanney converted the 3,900-square-foot home from a five-family building into a five-bedroom single family residence that has a mix of historic elements, like etched glass doors and marble fireplace, and modern features, like the two-story expansion. It sits on a double-wide lot that has room enough for a two-car garage and a landscaped garden. We're quite enamored with the place, but several commenters have taken issue with the fact that there is no elevator, no powder room, and no en suite bathroom in the master bedroom. Here's the floorplan:

· Beep Beep! Cobble Hill Townhouse With Garage Sets Neighborhood Record With $6M. Sale [NYO]
· 233 Warren Street coverage [Curbed]