Goldman Sachs Managing Director Daniel Shefter sold his Brooklyn townhouse earlier this week for $5 million, according to The Real Deal.After the townhouse spent 18 months on the market and had its original asking price of $5.5 million pushed down twice, the sale actually closed $50,000 above the $4.95 million asking price.
Although the townhouse has a neoclassical style and looks very antique, it’s got modern amenities like heated floors. It’s also located in a neighbourhood where a lot of Wall Streeters live, according to The Real Deal.
Pretty sweet, eh?
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