Director/actor Spike Lee just officially hulked his 8,292-square-foot Manhattan townhouse on the market for $32M, a hefty price uppage from the $16.6M he paid for the five-bedroom in 1998. The brokerbabble trumpets the neo-Renaissance structure's "noteworthy provenance," calling the house, which sits on East 63rd Street and includes three fireplaces with "superb mantles" and a "charming fenestrated breezeway," an "architectural tour de force." The commenters of Curbed NY summon a more idiomatic vernacular: "Nothing says 32 million like a moldy facade and tacky interior design in a neighborhood that resembles a retirement community." Yeah, they're a harsh bunch.
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