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.
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Charles Rutenberg Realty
127 E. 56th Street
New York, NY 10022