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West Village's Twin Peaks House Enters Contract

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The Twin Peaks house at 102 Bedford Street entered contract last month, after spending eight months on the market.

A West Village icon and Curbed favorite, the home has a long, crazy history; it was built in 1830 and was purchased by builder/neighborhood weirdo Clifford Reed Daily in 1925, who renovated and transformed it into what it is today.

The house—which went on the market last may asking $7.5 million—recently saw a price cut of $650,000. Unfortunately, the Twin Peaks house is not named for David Lynch's cult classic of the same name, but that's not stopping us from posting this.

· Listing: 102 Bedford Street [Elliman via Streeteasy]
· The Quirky "Twin Peaks" -- 102 Bedford Street [Daytonian in Manhattan]
· My Favorite Things: West Village Edition [GVSHP]