Cobble Hill Real Estate and Apartments For Sale
31 Homes and apartments in Cobble Hill
151 Atlantic Avenue, Apt 3A
29 Tompkins Place, Apt 3/4
29 Tompkins Place, Apt 4
29 Tompkins Place, Apt 3
199 Clinton Street, Apt 1
214 Clinton Street, Apt 2-D
423 Hicks Street, Apt 6F
174 Pacific Street, Apt 4E
29 Tompkins Place, Apt 2
12 Cheever Place, Apt 2
177 Amity Street, Apt 10/11
175 Amity Street, Apt A4
473 Hicks Street, Apt 3
185 Pacific Street, Apt 207
185 Pacific Street, Apt 205
101 Warren Street, Apt B-1A
220 Congress Street, Apt 5E
78 Amity Street, Apt PHE
100 Congress Street, Apt 305
129 Baltic Street, Apt 2-D
439 Hicks Street, Apt 6-A
175 Amity Street, Apt C-1
58 Strong Place, Apt 2-G
58 Strong Place, Apt 1-F
401 Hicks Street, Apt B-3D
214 Clinton Street, Apt 3-A
44 Cheever Place, Apt 403
401 Hicks Street, Apt B-1A
157 Kane Street, Apt 1
174 Pacific Street, Apt 4-A
Cobble Hill Real Estate info
Cobble Hill is in the heart of Brownstone Brooklyn, making it one of the most expensive and desirable neighborhoods in NYC for homebuyers. This trendy neighborhood also offers residents plenty to do, with its lively coffee shops and bars, chic boutiques, and trendy restaurants. Townhouses and apartments for sale in Cobble Hill routinely sell for seven-figure price tags, making this one of the most expensive areas in Brooklyn.
Cobble Hill has been a notable neighborhood in New York’s residential real estate market for centuries. The area was first settled in the mid-1600s by the Dutch. Following the implementation of the New York Landmark Preservation Commission, Cobble Hill was protected from overdevelopment and, guaranteeing it will maintain its historic charm for decades. Prospective buyers can thank the forward-thinkers who instituted this protection in the mid-sixties, ensuring the neighborhood is well preserved and remains a highly sought-after place to call home.
Real estate in Cobble Hill has been on fire in recent years, with prices steadily rising as supply has not kept up with demand. The neighborhood appeals to many due to its picturesque tree-lined streets, central location, and family-friendly vibe. Homes for sale in Cobble Hill are a great long-term investment for those who can afford to buy in this vibrant neighborhood. If you're looking to purchase something more affordable, Cobble Hill also has a handful of smaller co-op and condo buildings, with apartments that sell for more reasonable prices. It's even possible to buy a place for under half a million bucks.
Cobble Hill Real Estate Sales Trends
The median sale price for an apartment in Cobble Hill is $1,255,473.
Studios in this neighborhood sell at a median price of $243,300.
One-bedroom apartments sell at an average price of $907,714.
Two-bedroom apartments command a median sale price of $1,312,866.
Cobble Hill Penthouses for sale
There are currently 1 penthouses for sale in the Cobble Hill neighborhood of Brooklyn. Sale prices for penthouses in this neighborhood range from $2,995,000 to $2,995,000.
Cobble Hill Condos for Sale
There are currently 20 condos available for sale in Cobble Hill. Sale prices for condos in this neighborhood range from $120,000 to $2,995,000.
Cobble Hill Co-op apartments for Sale
There are currently 22 co-ops available for sale in Cobble Hill. Sale prices for condos in this neighborhood range from $489,900 to $2,500,000.
Townhouses and Brownstones for Sale in Cobble Hill
There are currently no townhouses and brownstones for sale in this neighborhood.