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Two Of Jeffrey Epstein’s Properties, Including His NYC Mansion, Just Hit The Market For $110 Million

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For the low low price of just $110 million, you could have the honor of owning both the Manhattan and Palm Beach residents of the now-deceased sex offender Jeffrey Epstein.

Think about all the fodder that will provide for those boring dinner parties, when nobody has anything to talk about.

The NYC property was listed by brokerage Modlin Group for $88 million and is located at 9 E. 71st St. If sold at that price, it could be a price record for a Manhattan townhouse, according to Bloomberg.

The lengthy description of the NYC property on Modlin's website describes it as the "last and largest of just a handful of goliath mansions built during its era in the 1930’s" and the "capstone property of the wealthiest and most prominent block of all of New York City." The Mansion stands with provenance and commanding authority in a neighborhood steeped in New York’s richest history.

"The property is uniquely positioned," the listing continues "as the perpetual and unobtrusive perspective overlooking the Frick Museum to Central Park can never be blocked by new construction, a rarity in the ever-growing New York City landscape."

Epstein's former NYC mansion


 

It does not, however, mention Jeffrey Epstein. Bloomberg's description of the property seems a bit more apt: "The Upper East Side home was one of the locations where Epstein was accused of luring underage girls to perform paid sex acts, according to an indictment last year, before the financier was found dead in his jail cell."

And of course, it also doesn't note that before Epstein, the mansion was owned by his Les Wexner, a name that has repeatedly and mysteriously continued to pop up during various stages the Epstein investigations. "In 2011, the deed to the home was transferred from the company Wexner used to buy it to an Epstein company in the U.S. Virgin Islands," Bloomberg writes. 

But that doesn't sound as great in an $88 million real estate listing, we guess. 

Epstein's Palm Beach mansion has been listed separately for $21.95 million. More of Epstein's property is expected to hit the market in the coming weeks, with the proceeds going to Epstein's estate. The estate has been established as a compensation fund for victims, according to the Wall Street Journal. 

The agent who listed the Florida home "declined to comment", which usually isn't a great first step to selling a home.


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