Eighteen rooms and parking for more than fifteen cars make this home impressive, but not for everyone. That was why the Normanstone Estate took its time meeting a buyer who wanted to make it their own. 'Twas seven years ago that this 8,868 square foot house on over an acre of land entered the listing service but it was only ten days ago that it finally sold. A few different brokerages handled it over the years, but is it any surprise that the en fuego Sotheby's were the listing agents for its entrance into the winner's circle? They've already set three price records this month, so why not go for one more by selling one of the top three largest houses on the market. A few price chops down from around $7M made Normanstone's final price a very respectable $5.1M. Do check out the pictures that show more than a few gallery-style spaces filled with artwork.