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Historic Village House With Zen Garden Restages, Asks $28M

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The seven-story townhouse at 80 Washington Place has returned to the market with yet another staging and pricechop. The almost 9,000-square-foot single-family home hit the market in June 2012 for $31.5 million, and cut to $29.9 million in January 2013. After being re-listed just three days ago, the townhouse owned by composer John Philip Sousa in 1919 is asking a cool $27.9 million. The home comes with five bedrooms and seven bathrooms, a backyard patio garden and rooftop—both with built-in grills, a zen-inspired third-floor terrace, and a water feature that extends the length of the home's former coal chute. Not to mention that massive, glassed-in wine cellar and tasting area.

· Listing: 80 Washington Place [Elliman via StreetEasy]
· All 80 Washington Place coverage [Curbed]