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Mighty Fine NYC Penthouse Was Once a Squash-Tennis Court

This just-listed Manhattan penthouse, now offered at $7.25M, has a pretty delightful conversion story. It used to be the squash-tennis court of Kingdon Gould, son of the archetypal robber baron Jay Gould. Though much has changed inside—and much more will likely change soon, as the place is marketed as a fixer-upper—you can still see the lines on the floor.

Curbed NY takes a look inside. >>