The listing price of Dumbo, New York's landmark clock tower building, was just slashed from a staggering $25 million to $19 million. While the sticker shock still stings for most of us, we can't help but marvel at this peerless piece of New York real estate, formerly used as Esquire's 2011 bachelor pad show home. Perfect for the brazen billionaire battling time management issues, the clock tower home has not one, but four 14-foot clock face windows — all electronically synchronized, of course. They certainly help keep time, but more importantly, they provide picturesque views from the Hudson River and Statue of Liberty to Manhattan. Keep reading to tour this unique property!
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