As part of a plea deal with federal prosecutors, Paul Manafort, President Trump’s disgraced campaign chairman, forfeited his New York homes worth about $22 million to the government.

Sarah Maslin Nir
A listing for a home owned by Paul Manafort’s family at 377 Union Street in Carroll Gardens, Brooklyn.CreditTravis Mark

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.)

Mr. Manafort has agreed to tell all he knows to the special counsel, Robert S. Mueller III.

The deal was seen as a surrender by Mr. Trump’s former campaign chairman, who had vowed for months to prove his innocence.

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

But here’s a sneak peek:

The loft apartment is in a building with the first ever robotic garage, which puts your car away for you.
The apartment has an open floor plan and there are unobstructed views down Crosby Street.

But wait, there’s more.

“The view is ridiculous,” said Meris Blumstein, a broker with Corcoran.

Though it is only on the fourth floor, the building sits where Crosby Street hits a dead end, giving it an unobstructed view.

“You’re looking north at everything, at the entire city,” she said.

The townhouse was recently renovated — just a few days after prosecutors accused Mr. Manafort of misappropriating a $5 million loan for construction.CreditTravis Mark

When Mr. Manafort’s family bought this turn-of-the-century townhouse on a wide, tree-trimmed block in Carroll Gardens, it still had all its original glamour, said Lindsay Barton Barrett, a broker at Compass.

She sold it to the family for just under $3 million in 2012.

There were encrusted mantle pieces, delicate plasterwork and stippled floral wall coverings spread across its more than 4,000 square feet.

It has since undergone extensive renovation, some of which began in October 2017 — just a few days after prosecutors accused Mr. Manafort of misappropriating a $5 million loan for construction to instead buy another property in California.

A tennis and basketball court, swimming pool – even a chipping green and sand trap. What more could you want?Creditvia Google Maps

Ten bedrooms! A tennis court! A little patch of green and a sand trap to practice your putt!

Those amenities, plus its proximity to the Atlantic Ocean, make Mr. Manafort’s forfeited Long Island mansion a pretty desirable property, said Paul Brennan, Douglas Elliman’s executive manager for sales in the Hamptons.

Just a few floors down from the president’s own home.