The stately 1910 house at 2232 Santa Barbara Street was emailed out as a new listing by Zillow, but Zillow’s website only lists it as a rental. Realtor.com, meanwhile, has it for sale. But both seem to be oblivious to the fact that the house seems to have been listed since April 2017. It came online for $4.1 million, dipped to $3.595 five months later, and here it is again—for $4.2 million. At the end of the day, who cares? It’s a fun one to look at, unless you’re pediophobic.
Bathrooms: Seven and a half.
Size/Acreage: 7,524 square feet / .47 acres.
Price: $4.2 million.
Last sold: In March 2014 for $3.213 million.
Listing agent: Emil Hartoonian of the Agency.
Things start out normal enough, and the bones look strong. A talented designer could transform these spaces.
Anyway, the house clearly has tremendous appeal. I’ll be surprised if it goes for $4.2 million, but I could be wrong: Upper East mansions of this size don’t come on the market very often. Contact Emil Hartoonian of the Agency for a showing—and be sure to tell him Siteline sent you.