Just a block or so awayThe four-story red-brick house at 315 East 18th Street near Second Avenue owned by Mr. Mitchell and his wife, Heidi Mitchell, a freelance writer, sold for $ 9.35 million. The buyer used the limited liability company Life 2.0 in the transaction.
The well-renovated Greek revitalization structure, built around the turn of the century, is 5,788 square feet and includes six bedrooms, four full baths and two half baths, and two wood fireplaces. At the back of the house, off the kitchen, is a 19 by 31 foot landscaped garden. The master bedroom suite on the fourth floor has a terrace and access to a roof terrace.
Mr. Mitchell, who served for four years as the global senior vice president of marketing at McDonald & # 39; s, recently co-founded a branding consultancy called PLTFRMR.
The Brooklyn townhouse The market has been particularly active, said realtor Garfield, especially in neighborhoods like Cobble Hill and Brooklyn Heights. (The number of single-family home contracts signed in the community more than tripled in October, according to a recent Elliman report, with the largest increase being in the $ 5 million to $ 10 million price range.)
A brownstone at 81 Pierrepont Street, a short walk from the Brooklyn Heights Promenade, was bought by Mr. Aghazadeh from the Brooklyn Home Company for $ 12.5 million. It had been on the market for $ 14.5 million.
The fully renovated 1845 Greek Revival building is located in the historic Brooklyn Heights neighborhood. It is five stories high, 25 feet wide, and covers 8,250 square feet. There are six bedrooms, five full baths and three half baths, as well as a wine cellar, fitness room, and media room.
The spacious outside area includes a 900 square meter roof terrace with kitchen, a 21 by 25 foot garden in the rear, and a 25 by 9 foot terrace next to the master bedroom suite on the third floor.