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Chef Glenn Harris flips Brooklyn townhouse for $4.7M

Chef Glenn Harris is a co-founder of the Smith, the chain of American brasseries with areas in New York that may work for nearly any group or event.

As of late, nevertheless, Harris is extra of an actual property maestro with a recipe for achievement in the case of flipping fixer-uppers. He simply sold his Brooklyn townhouse for $4.7 million. That’s a neighborhood report in stylish Williamsburg.

Harris listed the turn-of-the-century brick house at 326 Leonard St. for $4.99 million in March — after shopping for it for $1.87 million in 2019 and finishing a intestine renovation. It offered after he dropped the value barely, to $4.79 million.  

One in every of 4 bedrooms contained in the property.
Douglas Elliman
Exterior of the home's deck area.
The marble and mahogany deck and a landscaped backyard make for stellar out of doors eating.
Douglas Elliman
Interior of the 326 Leonard Street address.
The Leonard Road pad has been gut-renovated.
Douglas Elliman
Exterior of 326 Leonard St.
The outside of the townhouse.
Douglas Elliman
Beyond the sale of this home, Harris also has a new business venture happening.
Past the sale of this house, Harris additionally has a brand new enterprise enterprise taking place.
Courtesy of Glenn Harris

What’s extra, Harris additionally simply partnered with Christian Pascal to open Invoice’s Supper Membership within the outdated Invoice’s Homosexual Nineties house on East 54th Road this fall. It would embrace a 100-seat eating room, a 40-seat tavern and a 12-seat speakeasy.

The 2-story townhouse options 4 bedrooms, three full loos, two half baths, and an open dwelling/eating space and — naturally — a chef’s kitchen.

Sliding glass doorways open to a bluestone, marble and mahogany deck and a landscaped backyard — with boxwoods, arborvitae, raised beds for greens and herbs — and loads of house for out of doors eating.

Design particulars embrace white-oak flooring, radiant warmth, skylights, a completed basement and sensible wiring. 

The itemizing dealer was Douglas Elliman’s Patricia Vance, who repped the client of the town’s most costly sale of the 12 months, a $74.3 million penthouse on the Aman New York on Fifth Avenue, throughout from Trump Tower, in midtown Manhattan, as Gimme Shelter beforehand reported completely.

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