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Waterfall Mansion Returns to Market Asking $39 Million

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The Upper East Side's Waterfall Mansion, so called because of its 20' x 22' cascading waterfall and pond, first hit the market post-renovation in January of 2011 for $35 million. PriceChops brought it down to $31 million, after which it was taken off the market, re-listed for $31 million again, chopped down to $27 million, and taken off the market again this June. None of which would suggest that the 10,800-square-foot, five-story townhouse will have much luck with an asking price of $39 million, but hey, it's welcome to try and the Post reports that that's exactly what it's doing.

In addition to the waterfall, the mansion boasts a grass-covered roof terrace, a 1,000-bottle wine cellar, and a professional art gallery, which, sources tell the Post, is being used tonight to host a private showing of the artwork of Edwina Sandys, Winston Churchill's granddaughter and herself the owner of an impressive, currently-on-the-market New York City apartment.

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170 East 80th Street

170 East 80th Street, New York, NY