A 3,989-square-foot Uptown home on Newcomb Boulevard didn't just fly off the market after one day, it sold for $200,000 over its asking price. The four-bedroom spread with three full bathrooms and two half-baths had a $1,750,000 price tag but a determined buyer with their eyes on the prize ended up paying $1,950,000, City Biz reports. Built in 1920, the house is a product of architect Moise H. Goldstein (he of the art deco American Bank Building fame and also this condo down the street on St. Charles Avenue) and has a master suite with fireplace, oak floors, a roomy stone patio, and winding walkways through the landscaped backyard. In the mood for a throwback? This place last sold for $660,000 in 1997.