In a city as expensive as New York, discounts are a big deal. That’s why we comb through the StreetEasy listings every month to identify the top NYC apartments with major price cuts. Today we focus on Brooklyn, where you’ll find great deals on everything from a Carroll Gardens 1BR to a picture-perfect (and pink!) 5BR home in Midwood. Which of these 7 Brooklyn apartments with recent price cuts is your favorite? Take a look, and search more NYC apartments for sale on StreetEasy.
Price cut: $300,000
To be fair, this fabulous Midwood property is a house, not an apartment. But just look at it! If the sheer cuteness doesn’t get you, the size will: 5 bedrooms spread out over more than 3,000 square feet. A huge price cut doesn’t hurt, either. It was originally listed for $2.25M and recently dropped 13% to its current ask of $1.95M. The gracious front porch wraps all the way around to the back of the house, and there’s a fully finished basement and private parking too. Contact a StreetEasy Expert on the listing for more on this Brooklyn dream home. (StreetEasy Experts are agents with proven experience in a particular building or area.)
Price cut: $200,000
This price-cut Brooklyn apartment is the first of many in Park Slope, where discounts seem to abound these days. A 10% drop in October saw the new-construction condo’s asking price fall by a full $200K. A unique duplex layout features 2.5 bathrooms, top-of-the-line integrated appliances in the kitchen, and abundant outdoor space. The home also features eco-conscious “passive house” design. Lindsay Barton Barrett at Douglas Elliman is the listing agent.
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Price cut: $150,000
Here’s another Slope beauty, just two blocks away from Grand Army Plaza and across the street from the beloved Park Slope Food Coop. That’s a double bonus for home cooks, as this home boasts a huge and stylish chef’s kitchen to make preparing meals — and entertaining — a pleasure. The expansive 3-bedroom apartment is in mint condition and has had two price cuts since being listed in August to reach its current ask of $1.2M. Contact a StreetEasy Expert on the listing for more details.
Price cut: $120,000
Inching even closer to Prospect Park, this Park Slope 2BR resides in a landmarked co-op complete with elevator, doorman, and ornate marble lobby. A long entry hall leads to the gracious living area, with herringbone hardwoods and ceiling beams. The living room and both bedrooms sport bright double windows, with windows in the kitchen and bathroom, too, for great natural light throughout. The recent 11% price drop makes it even more enticing. Reach out to a StreetEasy Expert on the listing for details.
Price cut: $151,000
Shifting east to Prospect Heights, this 3-bed/2-bath co-op delivers a ton of space for the price. And a lot of style, too, with a huge custom kitchen that will instantly become the heart of the home. Another thing it delivers? A major price cut of 13%, bringing its asking price to just under $1M. More than 350 Brooklyn apartment shoppers have already declared this one a favorite, so reach out to a StreetEasy Expert on the listing soon!
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Price cut: $300,000
Oh look, here we are in Park Slope again — and directly on Prospect Park West to boot. This large 1-bedroom has undergone a remarkable 31% price drop since being listed in August, decreasing from $949,999 all the way down to $649,999. Why is anyone’s guess, as 850 square feet of living space in one of the most prime locations in all of Brooklyn seems pretty sweet to us. (Remember: Paint color is an easy fix!) Contact a StreetEasy Expert on the listing to let their loss be your gain.
Price cut: $50,000
Our final price-cut Brooklyn apartment brings us to tree-lined Clinton Street in Carroll Gardens. A 10% decrease brings this appealing 1BR down to $449K — dramatically lower than the neighborhood’s median asking price of $1.7M. There’s plenty of room for an office nook in the bedroom, and for a dining set in the generous kitchen, with a comfortable living area stretching between the two. Reach out to a StreetEasy Expert on the listing to learn more.
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