It’s not every day a house like this goes on the market. Yes, the kitchen needs updating and, we’re guessing from the lack of photos, probably the baths do too. But the scale and detail of the main rooms are magnificent, and appear to be in perfect order. Those doors and fireplaces are tempting us to break the tenth commandment. Also, according to the reader who brought this listing to our attention, inventory in Prospect Heights has been scarce the last two years, which makes this house even more special. What do you think of it for $2,150,000?
213 Prospect Place [Corcoran] GMAP P*Shark
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