A Brooklyn Heights Couple Can’t Even FIND Each Other in Their Huge Condo

Rich people problems, am I right? How many times have you been home alone, called your spouse on your possibly jewel-encrusted cell phone and asked when they’d be home, only to hear them respond, “I am home!” And only then do you realize you’ve both been home for three hours?

Oh, never? Yeah.

Such is the case of the Leafs in Brooklyn Heights. Stuart Leaf, the 53-year-old founder of Cadogan Management, probably chuckled to himself while he drank a large bottle of expensive champagne, and admitted that the condo is a bit too spread out for the couple.

The 11,000 square foot apartment is now listed at $32 million, making it the highest priced property in the borough. According to the Wallstreet Journal, the home boasts a 3,500-bottle wine room off the dining room, a gym with a rock-climbing wall and a screening room, as well as two deeded parking spaces downstairs. It was formally nine units spanning three floors, which Leaf bought and put together. It contains six bedrooms, six bathrooms and two half baths.