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Hell’s Kitchen’s glorious ‘castle’ returns for $11.95M

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The property served as the Hell’s Kitchen outpost of the Christian Brothers from 1953 through 2011

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The 7,000-square-foot townhouse, once dubbed the “Midtown Castle,” has resurfaced on the market with yet another price chop. The enormous abode, once asking $15 million, is now trying its luck for $11.95 million.

Located along West 51st Street, the home first hit the market in 2016, asking just under $15 million after receiving a gut renovation. About a year later, the owners switched brokerage firms and dropped the price down to $14 million. Then came another price chop in June 2017 that brought the price down to $13.5 million, though there still weren’t any takers.

To recap, the home spans six floors and offers five bedrooms, more than six bathrooms, a full basement with an arcade, and a rooftop terrace. In fact, there is 1,750 square feet of outdoor space on hand that includes a balcony right outside of the master bedroom, a terrace accessed through the great room, and a private garden.

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Other perks include ceilings that sprawl 20 feet high, a wood-burning fireplace, a spacious open chef’s kitchen, and a stylish staircase that connects each of the floors.

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