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Take a Tour of Manafort's Multimillion-Dollar Homes, Going Up for Sale

The New York Times Logo By Sarah Maslin Nir of The New York Times | Slide 1 of 6: A listing for a home owned by Paul Manafort's family at 377 Union Street in Carroll Gardens, Brooklyn.

An 1890s Brooklyn brownstone with gilded details. A Soho loft with picture windows. A Lower Manhattan apartment with an automated garage. A house in the Hamptons with a pool, tennis and basketball courts — even a chipping green.

When Paul Manafort, President Trump’s former campaign chairman, reached a plea deal with federal prosecutors last month, he agreed to forfeit New York real estate worth about $22 million to the government.

It’s a list of resplendent homes, some purchased with ill-gotten gains, prosecutors said.

And one day, they may all be for sale. They might even go cheap.

“The government, they don’t like to wait years for the best price, they want to move it,” said David B. Smith, a former deputy chief of the Justice Department’s asset forfeiture office. “With a unique property, that may be stupid, but they want to do it.”

The United States Marshal’s Service will hire local brokers to sell off the properties, proceeds of which will go to Uncle Sam — after, that is, all debts are paid. (Mr. Manafort and his family borrowed heavily against the properties.)

It is too soon to know when the properties may come to market because formal forfeiture proceedings have not yet begun.

Click ahead for a sneak peek.

Pictured above: A listing for a home owned by Paul Manafort's family at 377 Union Street in Carroll Gardens, Brooklyn.

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