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Belinda Carlisle Designs Textiles; Chagall's Old Place Split

NORTH HAVEN, N.Y.—A 9,800-square-foot bluffside beaut has switched brokerages and has a brand new price tag: $10.5M, or $1.5M less than its initial ask. [Curbed Hamptons]

EVERYWHERE '80s pop star Belinda Carlisle is stepping into the home decor sphere with a line of textiles inspired by her trips to India. The blankets, cushions, and tabletop pieces are sold exclusively at Bergdorf Goodman. [Casa Sugar via Apartment Therapy]

THE INTERNET—In honor of National Open House Weekend 2012—which is exactly what it sounds like—Realtor.com whipped up a nifty infographic with stats about the properties being shown: $14.3B in total listing price, 78,693 total bathrooms, and 111,656 total bedrooms. Over here for more. [Realtor.com]

BURR RIDGE, ILL.—Former White Sox and current Phillies slugger Jim Thome has just paid $4.6M for a seven-bedroom, seven-bath English manor on two acres at the end of a cul-de-sac. The property comes with a seven-car garage. [Curbed Chicago]

NYC—The townhouse Marc Chagall once called home failed to sell for $20M, then $17M, so the property has been divided in two: $8.475M for the lower floors and $6.475M for the upper floors. [Curbed NY]