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Broadway producers list UES manse for $44M

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Broadway producers list UES manse for $44M
11 East 82nd Street last sold for $24.5M in 2009
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UPDATED, Nov. 16, 6:20 p.m.: Broadway producers Janet and Howard Kagan have listed their Upper East Side townhouse for $44 million.
Built in 1895, the 25-foot mansion at 11 East 82nd Street spans 12,729 square feet and is asking $3,456 per foot.
11 East 82nd Street
The Kagans, who head Maxolev Productions, produced Tuck Everlasting and Pippin, which won a Tony Award in 2013. They bought the house for $24.5 million in 2009 from investor Keith Gollust. The couple also owned a penthouse at 975 Park Avenue, which they sold for $20.3 million in 2014.
Years before the Kagans bought 11 East 82nd, a company affiliated with financier Ron Perelman paid $10 million for the property. Two years later, the entity sold it to entertainment executive Scott Sassa for $8.9 million. Sassa then sold the mansion Gollust, who is chairman of Synta Pharmaceuticals, though it s unclear how much he paid.
11 East 82nd Street
The limestone-and-brick house, located just off Fifth Avenue, was recently renovated and features a wine cellar and gym. It also has five working fireplaces and outdoor terraces. The Corcoran Group s Elizabeth Sahlman has the listing.
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Why this free house is too good to be true

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A couple in Iowa is selling their house for nothing so long as you can drive off with it.
The deal is that Linda and Roger Dolecheck will let you buy their house for free so long as you physically move the 2 and a half story structure off their property, the New York Post reports.
The century-old, four-bedroom is valued about about $52,000 but, after trying to sell the house six times since 2013, they ve lowered the price to nothing as, they hope, an incentive to get it sold.
The listing is posted on Craigslist and, though they ve gotten some interested buyers, the $0 price tag is not incentive enough.
“[There was] always interest in it — people would come,” said Dolecheck to the Post. “But moving a house takes a lot of time and money.”
The Dolechecks built a new home about 100 yards away from the house they re selling in 2010 but just couldn t bear the idea of tearing down the house they raised their children in.
[NYP] Erin Hudson
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‘American Horror Story’ house has become a nightmare: lawsuit

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‘American Horror Story’ house has become a nightmare: lawsuit
Owners of the $3M home claim “daily intrusions” from fans
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The Rosenheim Mansion (Credit: Wikipedia)
What a nightmare.
The owners of the “American Horror Story” house in Olympic Park have sued the brokers who negotiated the $3.2 million deal and the former owner for failing to disclose its connection to the FX show.
Since the couple purchased the home in 2015, it has become a “macabre tourist attraction” for fans of the horror show who “trespass, attempt to break in, and [create] a significant nuisance,” according to the lawsuit.
Dr. Ernst von Schwarz and Angela Oakenfold purchased the mansion at 1120 Westchester Place, also known as the Rosenheim Mansion, from Elizabeth Axelrod. The mansion’s starring role in the show, which first aired in 2011, was not disclosed. The suit was filed Wednesday in LA County Superior Court.
Stephan Apelian and Joyce Rey of Coldwell Banker, who are defendants in the suit, brokered the deal and represented both parties. When reached by phone, Apelian said he could not comment. Rey did not immediately return a call for comment.
An attorney for Coldwell Banker said the company had not been formally served, and could not comment on the suit. Axelrod could not be reached for comment.
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