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The key to selling in this frothy climate, my friends, is not to be shy about asking price. Highest price ever paid for a place to live in your neighborhood is $8.5 million? Don't be a chump and ask for $10 million. Instead, kick it up a notch?or, hey, ten?to $20 million. (It is BubbleWatch's solemn duty to inform you that the place that William Neuman reports has gone and done exactly that, a townhouse in Brooklyn Heights, sold in 1999 for $2 million.) After the jump, floorplan and more pix of one awesomely pimped-out pad.
· Listing: Columbia Heights Townhouse [Brown Harris Stevens]
· A $20 Million Townhouse in Brooklyn (No Fooling) [NYTimes]