"I live in Brooklyn. By choice." - Truman Capote lived in 70 Willow and penned "A House on the Heights". Five-story, double-width, high Greek-Revival four-bay townhouse built in 1839 on a four-square country villa plan. Three-story elliptical mahogany staircase with rosette oculus window at the top. Double parlor with 12' /- ceilings. Interior period detail designed by Minard Lafever.... [more]
Price History & Unit Information
|05/10/2010||Listed by Sotheby's||$18,000,000|
|01/26/2011||Price decreased by 12%||↓ $15,900,000|
|09/24/2011||Price decreased by 6%||↓ $14,995,000|
|11/03/2011||Price decreased by 7%||↓ $13,995,000|
|03/01/2012||Sale recorded||Register to unlock sales price|
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