Former pop superstar Taylor Swift has already found a buyer – less than half the original price requested.
Swift loved the charming carriage house at Cornelia St. 23, enough to rent it for $ 39,500 a month in 2016, when he was renovating part of his $ 50 million complex on Franklin Street in TriBeCa.
By 2017, the 21-foot-wide brick house built in 1912 was on the market for $ 24.5 million. It closed for $ 11.5 million. The seller, David Aldea, bought it for $ 5.3 million in 2005.
The listing brokers were Corcoran's Deborah Grubman, Laurence Carty and Markus Buchmeier.
Over the years, Aldea has modernized the house and added a private garage and a swimming pool. The 5,500 square foot space has four bedrooms, five bathrooms and two half bathrooms.
Details include double-height ceilings, three fireplaces and wooden floors. The pool area also has double height ceilings and a chandelier.
In addition, the house has a chef's kitchen and a dining room with "antique bricks of Paris", a Murano chandelier and Lalique lamps, according to the listing – along with a roof terrace worthy of Instagram with city views.