The Brownstone East Village is that 14th Street oddity with the weird garage door exposure (not that it has ever been spotted open) and the brown squiggly things. Well, maybe those aren't the strongest selling points, because the two remaining unsold units in the four-unit building have been turned over to Sotheby's for a fresh sales approach. The garden apartment was briefly re-listed at $2.399 million?$196,000 less than Corcoran's asking price?before being pulled a few days ago, per StreetEasy. The two-bedroom penthouse is still on the market for $1.899 million, down $96k from Corcoran's original listing. Discounted or not, the listing photos are downright droolworthy, including the peek above at the rooftop cabana that opens up to a private terrace. Shrewdly, the brokers only include a shot of the western view, looking toward Union Square. Looking east on 14th Street is, shall we say, slightly less impressive.