There was a lot of reader engagement on this week's Pricespotter property, but only one person named the correct asking price of $695,000 (and that commenter didn't even guess it outright; it was in a list of three, so does it even count?). Your guesses ranged from $450,000 to $825,000, with the average coming in around $630,000. The co-op is located on one of Brooklyn Heights quaintly-named fruit streets, and according to data on StreetEasy, this place is hoping to get well above the building's average $553/square foot sale price. Granted, that average only accounts for the two sales recorded on StreetEasy, but both were 1BR/1BA units, like this one. Although the prewar details are quite charming, it seems like this place might meet the pricechopper.
· Listing: 71 Orange Street, #21 [Brown Harris Stevens via StreetEasy]
· How Much for a 1BR Co-op in Prime Brooklyn Heights? [Curbed]
· Pricespotter archives [Curbed]