By Brooklyn Reader

December 26, 2013, 2:21 pm

 

A Bedford-Stuyvesant condominium, located at 105 Lexington Avenue (between Classon and Franklin),  just sold for $1.25 million, setting a record as the most expensive condo sale in the neighborhood so far, reported The Real Deal.

A unit at 105 Lexington Avenue in Bed-Stuy just sold for a record-breaking $1.25 million

A unit at 105 Lexington Avenue in Bed-Stuy just sold for a record-breaking $1.25 million

The unit– just one block in from the Bed-Stuy/Clinton Hill border– topped the previous record set in July of this year by another unit in the building  that sold for just under $1 million.

The record-setting three-bedroom, two-bathroom duplex penthouse features 1,648 interior square feet and a 657-square-foot private roof deck, plus 13-foot ceilings.

A unit at 105 Lexington Avenue in Bed-Stuy just sold for a record-breaking $1.25 million

A unit at 105 Lexington Avenue in Bed-Stuy just sold for a record-breaking $1.25 million

The four-story, 32-unit building was converted to lofts in 2008. It features a gym, private storage and a bicycle room.


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