New York's iconic 'Pumpkin House' with stunning views of the Manhattan skyline and Hudson River finally sells at a discounted $2 million after being on the market for two years

The property was called the Pumpkin House for its’ seemingly jack-o-lantern face that glows across the Hudson reflecting the light of the setting sun
The property was called the Pumpkin House for its’ seemingly jack-o-lantern face that glows across the Hudson reflecting the light of the setting sun – Zillow.com

House Sold – New York’s iconic Pumpkin House has sold for $2 million after being on the market for more than two years.

The Hudson Heights home which sits perched perilously on a cliff edge overlooking the Hudson River, shines like a giant Jack O’Lantern when it is lit up at night and as the sun sets from New Jersey.

It was last bought by interior designer William Spink for $1.1 million in 2000 and he attempted to sell the property for $5.25 million in 2016. However, there were no takers after Spink set the asking price far too high.

The home, which has had only four owners since it was built in the 1920s, finally sold to its fifth owner on Thursday for $2 million after being listed by Sotheby’s International Realty
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