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In Park Slope, a gorgeous limestone townhouse once asking $11M returns for less

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The townhouse appeared on the market for the first time in a century in 2016, and has been trying to sell ever since

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A glorious limestone townhouse in Park Slope that came on the market for the first time in a century in 2016, is back on the market, albeit with a major price cut. Back in August 2016, the five-story townhouse was asking $11 million, but now the house has reduced its ask to $8.5 million.

Located at 104 Prospect Park West, the townhouse measures 6,200 square feet and has five bedrooms and three full bathrooms. Built at the turn of the 20th century, the townhouse underwent a three-year gut renovation before it was listed on the market in 2016.

The townhouse remained in the same family for nearly a century before it sold in 2012 for $3.7 million, according to property records. The renovation considerably increased its ask, but it remains to be seen if this latest price cut will help the townhouse sell.