What if you spent every day looking for One Beautiful Thing?

Hansel and Gretel Sold Separately

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©Corcoran Group Real Estate

For just $10.5 million, this weird fairy tale house can be yours. The size of a city block, complete with thatched roof (not a commonplace sight in Brooklyn), impeccably manicured grounds, original 1916 stained glass, and – get this – a chauffeur’s room, this pad has enough space for all seven dwarves AND their friends.

The Daily News has called it the “most magnificent residence in all of New York City,” which may be overstating just a bit, but it is still a remarkable place.

I’m a little bummed that the interior has been updated. I really wanted it to look like hobbits lived in it. It is, however, beautifully appointed.


©Corcoran Group Real Estate

Just promise me that if you buy 8220 Narrows Avenue, Brooklyn, NY, you’ll invite me over to get a better look.


Author: Donna from MyOBT

I have committed to spending part of every day looking for at least one beautiful thing, and sharing what I find with you lovelies!

One thought on “Hansel and Gretel Sold Separately

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