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Vinegar Hill House With Speakeasy Past Sells for Record $3.4M

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A Vinegar Hill townhouse that was once home to a Prohibition-era speakeasy has sold for $3.35 million, shattering the quiet neighborhood's former record by over $1 million, TRD reports. The townhouse at 69 Gold Street was built in 1841, and formerly housed a ground-floor liquor store and a cafe. The four-bedroom townhouse just came off a major renovation by Adam Meshberg, which reconfigured the ground floor commercial space, installed a roof deck, and redid the facade. The sale has yet to hit public record, but rumor has it that actor Robert Pattinson was seen eyeing the property. The townhouse first showed up on the market last April asking $4.35 million.

The former neighborhood record holder was the $2.125 million 2BR/2BA apartment at 79 Bridge Street.
· Landmarked Vinegar Hill Townhouse Sells for Record-Breaking $3.35M [DNAinfo]
· All 69 Gold Street coverage [Curbed]