The lavish corner limestone at 17 Prospect Park West across from Prospect Park that was once home to actors Jennifer Connelly and Paul Bettany is back with a price cut. The Montrose Morris-designed Park Slope mansion has been on and off the market several times since being snapped up by an LLC in 2015 for $12.4 million.
Most recently asking $12.9 million, it’s now listed for $12.25 million — that’s $150,000 less than the current owner, obscured under the whimsical-sounding entity Goodie Yags LLC, paid for it.
“It was a little big,” Connelly once told Conan O’Brien. “Frankly, it was a little like Scooby-Doo, creepy, you know, like the haunted mountain mansion.” After her tenure, the house was extensively renovated by an ex-Google engineer.
The broker and photos have not changed. Listed by Lindsay Barton Barrett, now with Douglas Elliman, it’s priced at $12.25 million.
Think the new ask will get the deal done?
[Photos by Travis Mark via Douglas Elliman]
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