This gorgeous Italianite Revival mansion might make you actually consider moving to Staten Island.
The 10-bedroom home hit the market back in 2014 asking $2.31 million, but failed to find a buyer. Now it is back on the market for a more reasonable $1.74 million.
Located at 2475 Richmond Road in Egbertville the home has a rather colorful past. Confectioner Gustav Mayer, known for creating Nabisco’s sugar wafers, resided in the home until his death. His daughters, Paula and Emilie, didn’t keep the house up and it started to look very Grey Gardens, according to Curbed.
However, the spooky, decayed interiors attracted photographers for the likes of Vogue, and naturally that renewed interested in the property,
The house features a double parlor with a front porch, a squared cupola with views of the Raritan Bay and the original moldings. Grab it for your next photo shoot before it’s gone for good.