Has Matt Damon Snagged the Priciest Penthouse in Brooklyn?



Matt Damon Snags the Record-Setting Penthouse at The Standish If the penthouse at The Standish, the luxury Brooklyn Heights Beaux-Arts building, closes for its $16.6 million listing price, the sale could set the record for the most expensive home sold in the borough. 

And if sources at the Wall Street Journal are correct, the buyer could be none other than Matt Damon. 

Damon, who is ranked among Forbes magazine's most bankable stars, and his wife were previously spotted eyeing up the enormous 17,354-square-foot Low Mansion on Pierrepont Street in Brooklyn Heights but never sealed the deal. 

Now, the Downsizing actor has his sights set on a six-bedroom residence that includes a private 3,366-square-foot terrace. 

Earlier this year, dailyDeeds reported that the Clock Tower in Dumbo closed for $15 million, setting a new record. However, unless Damon charmed his way into a $1.6 million price cut, there's a new record holder in town. 

As Damon would say, "How do you like them apples?" 

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520 Captains Neck Lane, Southhampton, NY
At the end of Captains Neck Lane, this 3.2+/- acre estate, with 350+/- ft. of direct frontage on Taylors Creek includes its own dock, creek-facing 44'x20' heated Gunite pool, tennis court, 19th century shingle-sided main residence, and separate tennis house. Bordering the 31-acre Ruth Wales DuPont Preserve, this property offers incredible privacy, and feels like its own peninsula..

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