Curbed reports that a Hamilton Heights’s most expensive townhouse is back on the market, albeit with a slight price cut, and a different brokerage firm. The stunning corner mansion first came on the market in March this year for $5.5 million. The owners have since ditched Douglas Elliman for Corcoran, which has now listed the limestone-clad townhouse for the ever-so-slightly lower price of $5.25 million.
This four-story townhouse was built in 1898 for the jeweler Charles Paul Goldsmith. Following his departure, the townhouse served as the home for the Nazareth Deliverance Spiritual Church for several years. But in 2013, a fire mostly gutted this landmarked building.