GREENWICH VILLAGE TOWNHOUSE IS SOLD IN MINUTES
It took only three minutes, from 6:19 p.m. to 6:21 p.m., for the successful bidder to spend $6.634 million at a court-ordered auction yesterday of a Greenwich Village townhouse that had been listed at $9.95 million not long ago.
“I’m very happy with the price I paid,” said the affable bidder, 51, Continue reading
As the inspection wound down, Misha Haghani (center) advised a broker on her participation in the auction.
At the third of four inspections scheduled of a mixed-use townhouse in Greenwich Village yesterday, an estimated 25-30 parties roamed the premises of the five-story Romanesque building. Virtually all of the the prospective buyers gave me the impression of having serious interest.
A recent court order effectively required a rush auction of the 25-foot-wide property at 3 E. 10th St. as a result of a feud between two brothers.
Constructed in 1900, the 8,825-sf mansion–which has a rear garden and a basement that now includes offices in addition to mechanical systems–features Continue reading