Having sold in 2005 for $2,550,000, 3 Clarence is destined to be back on the market and asking only $2,658,000, so likely a wash for the poor family that bought it back near the peak of the market. Still, pretty swanky digs if you can afford it, the multi-level loft with 2,700 square feet includes a two-car garage, "chef's kitchen," two finished bedrooms and separate mezzanine levels above the main living area. But as the Front Steps points out, the real attraction is the roof deck, complete with hot tub.
It's not yet listed as on the market, but tours can be arranged by calling Amy Clemens. Who wants to start a pool on whether it will be bought by an employee of Twitter, Facebook or Google?