#1 – The waterfront mansion at 4137 Boulevard Place on Mercer Island, WA has finally sold. It was on the market last year for $28.8 million and recently sold for less than half of that, $13,200,000. It took approximately 6 years to build and cost $32 million. It boasts 14,000 square feet of living space 7 bedrooms and 12 bathrooms. Jay Deutsch, founder of Woodinville-based Bensussen Deutsch and Associates Inc., is the lucky new owner. He closed on the home just before Thanksgiving.
#2 – Artist David Salle has put his Brooklyn, NY townhouse on the market for $10,000,000. It features 10,564 square feet of living space with a gym, 2-car garage, huge rooftop addition and more.
#3 – Goldman Sach CEO Lloyd Blankfein recently purchaed a 7 bedroom Colonial in Bridgehampton, NY that was last listed at $32,500,000.
#4 – This Thousand Oaks, CA was custom build by hockey legend Wayne Gretzky and later owned by disgraced baseball star Lenny Dykstra. Dykstra never sold the home to the current owners–he lost the amazing home to foreclosure after a string of personal discretions left him in high water and without the funds to cover the mortgage. It has been on the market numerous times and is now listed at $14,995,000.