Dick Fuld Flip-Flops, Bella Sapir Flips

• That was quick. On Tuesday, it was reported that former Lehman chief Dick Fuld and his wife Kathy had unofficially put their 6,200-square-foot pied-à-terre at 640 Park on the market for $32 million. But now it seems the Fulds have changed their minds and decided against selling it. Better luck in 2010? [WSJ]
• Bella Sapir, the ex-wife of billionaire (and endangered animal skin fan) Tamir Sapir has sold the penthouse at 250 East 53rd Street that she bought for $8.895 million in November 2008 and re-listed for $13.5 million a few days later. Sapir sold the 4,511-square-foot apartment for $10.5 million. [Cityfile]
• Columbia Law professor Hans Smit has lowered the price of his 12,000-square-foot townhouse at 351 Riverside Drive, which first went on the market for $31 million back in 2006. The mansion, which Smit bought for just $325,000 back in 1979, is now listed for $25 million. [Cityfile, BHS]

• The five-bedroom Connecticut home of late-novelist William Styron and his wife Rose has gone on the market for $2.2 million. [WSJ, WRRE]
• The Southampton home where the "Real Housewife" Alex McCord and husband Simon van Kempen stayed last summer is available as a rental. It's $300 a night or $2,500-$3,000 for a quarter-share. [Newsday]
• Retired NHL player Rod Gilbert has put his four-bedroom home on Cliff Drive in Sag Harbor on the market for $2.395 million. [Newsday, PDE]