Park Slope’s lavish $15 million brownstone is back on the market, albeit with a significant price cut, and a new sales team. The property was previously represented by Douglas Elliman, but now Corcoran is handling the sale on the five-story house.
The townhouse first came on the market in March 2016 asking $15 million. Its price has been going down gradually ever since. In September last year the ask went down to $12.75 million, and by February this year it wanted $10.75 million. Now, it’s looking for even less.
Designed by C.P.H Gilbert, the American architect known for his designs of townhouses and mansions in late 19th and early 20th century, the home still holds on to some of the architect’s signature elements like the “ashlar cut brownstone,” facade, according to the brokerbabble.
Currently the home is divided into a six or seven-bedroom quadruplex on the top four floors, and a separate garden apartment on the lower level. Some of the standout features of this home include the original mahogany-inlaid oak floor, the ornate staircase, a cast-iron soaking tub in the master bathroom, 13 wood-burning fireplaces, and a lovely, landscaped backyard.
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