The the mindnumbing 103-room estate known as Updown Court has had a perilous relationship with the market, first listed for $143.5M some six-odd years ago, then price-chopped to $123M, and, in July, seized by the Irish government because self-made property developer Leslie Allen-Vercoe couldn't keep up with the mortgage payments. Now, the ask on the 50,000-square-foot Neoclassical manse has been slashed again to $65M. Which means, of course, it's officially denigrated to small potatoes. After all, there are far less sprawling properties in Manhattan that cost nearly 50 percent more.
· Come, Let's Take a Tour of an Insane $123M Mega Mansion [Curbed National]
· Irish Government Seizes Updown Court in Foreclosure Proceeding [Curbed National]
· Updown Court Can Now Be Yours For Just $65 Million [Homes of the Rich]
· Sorry, You'll Just Have to Buy That $90 Million Mansion Instead [Curbed NY]