Nearly five years after his seven-bedroom Englewood, N.J., mansion went on the market for $30 million, Eddie Murphy has cut the asking price by $15 million, reports the New York Daily News.
Celebrity comings and goings such as his are recorded in my free bi-weekly e-newsletter, which I write every two weeks. The next issue is tomorrow around noon.
Known as Bubble Hill (with uncommon prescience), Murphy’s 25,000-sf dwelling, on a five-acre estate, comes complete with a bowling alley, theater and recording studio. Among its 32 rooms are a full-size racquetball court, indoor pool, elevator and a carriage house with gym. Annual taxes are $197,723.
When the property first hit the market in 2004, it became the most expensive single-family home in the Garden State.
And, oh, if you’d like to make an offer, do call me. Morning, noon or the middle of the night.
If you think your closets are overstuffed, if you’ve had to rent extra storage space, if you can’t find that chapeau that you well recall and if mushrooming clutter is your bane, you’ve got nothin’ on the folks listed by the New York Times in its blog recently.
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