$25M Park Slope mansion gets $7M price chop

The potentially record-breaking Park Slope mansion that hit the market asking $25 million last month has gotten price chopped — to the tune of $7 million, Brownstoner reported.

The neo-classical limestone mansion would still be the borough’s most expensive single-family ever if it sold for the new asking price of $18 million. However, Halstead Property’s Jackie Lew and Marc Wisotsky, who have the listing for the three-story home, are marketing it as a commercial property, Brownstoner said.

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The mansion is still asking $65,000 per month for rent, according to the updated listing, Brownstoner noted. The home, at 105 Eighth Avenue, features dark wood, an Italian marble fireplace, a grand marble entry hall with bronze doors and a vaulted ceiling, as TRD has previously reported. [Brownstoner] –Guelda Voien