When this eight-bedroom townhouse first came on the market this March asking $15 million, it became the sixth most expensive home for sale in Brooklyn. That doesn’t seem to have gone down too well with buyers, since the price on the 19th century mansion on Carroll Street has now been slashed by $2.25 million to $12.75 million, 6sqft reports.
The price cut however has no effect on its status as the most expensive home for sale in Park Slope. Designed by C.P.H. Gilber,t the architect behind the current priciest sale record holder in the neighborhood, the landmarked property recently underwent an extensive renovation to restore a lot of the original detailing while adding a bunch of modern flourishes.
Some of the standout features in this 8,200-square-foot home include 11 wood burning fireplaces, a Calacatta gold marble encased soaking tub in the master bathroom—not to mention the fact that the master suite takes up the entire third floor, mahogany inlayed oak floors, and garden attached to the lower level. Do you think this price cut will entice buyers?