This delightful unit has lingered on the market for a mere 22 months. That’s a long wait for a condo bubble that never happened. And hey, it ‘s a fun ride down the price ladder!
The grossly oversized two-bedroom, two-and-a-half bath corner unit on the top floor of the misplaced Manhattan building in the Galleria was originally priced at $2.1 million, back in the swelled-heady days of February 2006. Five methodical price drops later, we’ve reached $1,695,000. That’s a lot of cuts, but we’re still not even down 20 percent: how low will the program-trading-style reductions go?
After the jump, more pics of the . . . uh, eclectic interior.
Wasn’t this pad featured as Houstonist’s Shelterporn back in October? The price has dropped twice since then, but everything’s relative, notes commenter Jason Dibley:
I will gladly take the entirety of those 4833 sqft over the 600 +/- and no view that the LES has to offer. I will additionally NOT put roundish sofas in a roundish room. Between that and the mirrored bathroom-fest, those photos make it out to be one slippery step away from a big ole coke den.
Another advantage of those spectacular Galleria-area views from this eighth-floor Manhattan unit and its dainty little cupola: You won’t have to see this building in the foreground!
C’mon, doesn’t anyone want a 4,833-square-foot two-bedroom anymore?