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Palatial Upper East Side duplex now wants just 60 percent of original ask

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The marble-floored urban estate was asking $11.25M in 2014

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It seems like you just can’t give urban luxury away these days. This opulent marble-floored duplex at The Seville — home to a former MortgageIT exec — has been on the market since 2014, when it was priced at an optimistic $11.25 million.

But despite the panoramic skyline views and several price chops, the five-bedroom apartment is still up for grabs, now for the (comparatively) low price of $6.75 million. That buys you an “imposing” 50-foot great room, featuring a Carrera marble semi-spiral staircase; five bedrooms; four-and-a-half bathrooms; a media room; and a kitchen with stainless appliances and glossy red cabinets.

The “gracefully proportioned” master suite—unlike the apartment itself, the listing is nothing if not understated—encompasses the bulk of the second level, and comes with a gas fireplace, an en suite bath with a soaking tub and a dual rain shower system, and a walk-in closet/dressing room that, at 550 square feet, is larger than many New York City apartments. Joel Dommel and Thomas Di Domenico at Corcoran have the listing.

Monthly fees for the 4,254-square-foot condo are steep, totaling $7,657, but, on the bright side, the full-service building includes plenty of amenities, including a fitness center, a swimming pool, a garage, a roof deck, and a play room.

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