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Clinton Hill condos that replaced a historic home launch sales from $875K

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All 12 of the condos at this development come with private outdoor space

It’s been four years now since a historic house was demolished on Lefferts Place, right along the border of Clinton Hill and Prospect Heights, to make way for a condo building. That project has now launched sales on its 12 apartments with prices starting at $875,000. All the condos in the building are two bedrooms and all come with private outdoor space.

At present, just three listings have come onto the market. The cheapest is a two-bedroom, two-bathroom unit that spans 994-square-feet and is asking $875,000. The priciest is also a two-bedroom, two-bathroom, and it’s asking $1.025 million.

Some of the standout features in the apartments include five inch oak hardwood floors, oversized windows, Quartz countertops in the kitchen along with Beratazzoni ranges and microwaves, and Fisher & Paykel refrigerators. The bathrooms are fitted with marble tiles and come with deep soaking tubs, glass shower enclosures, and Quartz vanity tops.

The project was developed by Level One Holdings who roped in Sion Associates to design the four-story building. Construction is close to wrapping up with residents likely to be able to move in the next couple of weeks.