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Netscape Founder Drops $37M on Bunny Mellon's Townhouse

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Because three yachts and a 17,000-square-foot Westchester mansion are not enough, Netscape co-founder (remember Netscape?) and "comeback billionaire" Jim Clark also bought the Upper East Side townhouse that once belonged to Bunny Mellon. The Post reports that Clark paid $37 million for the house, which was last listed for $41 million, after first hitting the market for $46 million in September 2013. The eight-bedroom house measures 11,100 square feet, and since gardening was kind of Bunny's thing, the place also has two lovely landscaped gardens with a gazebo and reflecting pool.

· 'Comeback billionaire' Jim Clark buys Bunny Mellon mansion for $37M [NYP]
· 135 East 70th Street coverage [Curbed]