Henry Pincus, best known as one of the two sons of investment giant Lionel Pincus who became embroiled in an extended conflict over a $70 million apartment in The Pierre with his late father's Jordanian princess consort, has, along with his wife, purchased a pre-Civil War, four-story townhouse at 311 West 4th Street, according to public records. The Pincuses paid the full $10.2 million ask for the house, which was built in the 1840s and includes original fireplaces and other details. The couple also owns the ninth floor of Chelsea co-op building 205 West 19th Street, which they paid $8.5 million for in 2008, listed for $12.5 million last year, and subsequently delisted.
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