The incredible 10,350-square-foot duplex in East 95th Street's Carhart Mansion is making another foray onto the market after failing to sell in 2008. The 17-room residence is asking only $100K less than it did the last time around, at $34.9 million, though as the owner, cardboard box magnate Dennis Mehiel, points out to the Wall Street Journal, the upper end of the residential market is doing a whole lot better now than it was back then. The quirky floorplan may have also played a role in the apartment failing to sell, however, and that has not changed. The place is undoubtedly impressive (Those ceilings! That molding! That... wall mural?) but whether anyone will be able to imagine living there is another story.
The Carhart Mansion's penthouse (there are four condo units, total) was listed in July for $34 million and remains on the market.