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Renovated East Village House Doesn't Meet High Pricing Hopes

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Back in November, the 6BR, 4.5BA house at 114 East 10th Street was the first to get the Tuesday Townhouse treatment. Despite the love of many Curbed commenters, it took a little while for a sale: the broker tells us the property closed this week. It was asking $6.995 million in the fall and sold, after a few PriceChops, in a $5 million all-cash deal. If we're using our abacus correctly, that's a 28.5 percent discount from the original asking price. The house last changed hands for $3.32 million in 2005, but there was a gut renovation in the intervening years. So who needs that tiny violin more, buyer or seller?
· Listing: 114 East 10th Street [Sotheby's]
· Tuesday Townhouse: Asking Double on East 10th Street [Curbed]