New York PostJennifer Gould Keil
Nov. 27, 2019
There’s a new record for a home sale in Brooklyn.
A Red Hook townhouse sold for $4.35 million, which marks the highest price paid for property in the riverfront neighborhood.
The buyer is a doctor, Robert Buka, who was repped by Nest Seekers’ Darryl Sherman. The seller bought the pricey pad, at 156 Beard St., for $1.55 million in 2016.
The three-bedroom spread is 4,320 square feet. It features water views, a terrace, roof deck and a yard.
In addition, the modern-looking home includes a parking garage with a Tesla electric charger and custom-built cabinetry.
The listing brokers are RoseAnne Degliuomini and Joseph Vassallo, of Compass.
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