We were poking around on StreetEasy when a discussion from a few months ago caught our eye. User nyc10023 is trying to figure out what's wrong with the house above. The 2200 sq. ft. four-bedroom is set on 1.5 acres (pending lot line modification) "in a storybook pastoral setting", offers cathedral ceilings, a 50-foot heated pool and "a convenient flow from the interior to the exterior decking and entertaining spaces." It's been on the market for more than a year and has seen pricechops totaling more than $550K during that time. The current ask is now $1.395M.
StreetEasy users couldn't seem reach a consensus, so we thought we'd ask the question to Curbed readers. So...any ideas as to why this house has been on the market for so long?