Epstein’s New York City townhouse and Palm Beach townhouse hit market for combined $110MILLION

JEFFREY Epstein’s townhomes in New York City and Palm Beach, Florida, have hit the market for a combined $110million.

The convicted sex offender’s house on Manhattan’s Upper East Side was listed at $88million, The Wall Street Journal reported on Thursday.

Epstein’s former house in Palm Beach will ask $21.995million, per the report, which cites listing agents.

Epstein was 66 years old last August when he killed himself while in federal custody at the Metropolitan Correctional Center in New York.

As noted by the Journal, Epstein had a large property portfolio, which included homes throughout the world.

He owned an apartment in Paris, a ranch in New Mexico, and a private island located in the US Virgin Islands.

These properties are also expected to hit the market.

Epstein’s secluded property in Stanley, New Mexico, known as the Zorro Ranch, included a massive residence that he built decades ago.


A 4,000-square-foot courtyard, a living room roughly the size of the average American home, and a nearby private airplane runway were included in the plans for the property.

Records show Epstein bought the ranch, valued by county officials in 2019 at over $12million, from the family of former Governor Bruce King, who died a decade ago.

Aerial images of the property show an airplane hangar and landing strip, as well as several structures that appear to serve as small homes, and stables can be publicly seen.

In May, it was suspected that alleged “pimp” Ghislaine Maxwell, who’s since been charged with trafficking minors for Epstein, might have been hiding out there.

At the time, she had asked a judge to move a sex assault case against her involved claims from Annie Farmer to the state, court documents showed.

Maxwell, 58, has been accused of attacking Farmer, then 16, with ex-boyfriend Epstein, at the New Mexico ranch.


Epstein’s 28,000-square-foot in New York City has been listed by Adam Modlin, of Modlin Group, was described as a Neoclassical mansion

It includes “seven floors, with oak entry doors, imported French limestone with carvings, sculptural figures, and ornamental ironwork.”

There’s said to be a room “with an elaborate video surveillance system” on the property, Modlin told the Journal.

The property in Palm Beach was bought by Epstein in 1990 for $2.5million.

Within the 14,000-square-foot home is “a main house with six bedrooms, a three-bedroom staff house, and a pool house.”

 

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