2 mansions that belonged to Jeffrey Epstein sold for $ 110 million…
Jeffrey Epstein , who took his life in prison on August 10, 2019 , had various properties throughout the world, being the one in New York and the Florida in which he used to spend more time, even being the places in who would have committed a large part of the abuses of which he was accused.
Thanks to the ‘Jeffrey Epstein: Filthy Rich’ docuseries, we were able to learn more about both properties, which were recently put on the market for $ 110 million.
New York mansion
According to The Wall Street Journal, $ 88 million is being requested for the New York house, which is located at 9 E 71st Street , being one of the most visited in the city.
In addition, the 28,000-square-foot property is located in one of the areas with the highest demand in the Big Apple.
The construction is spread over seven floors and it was initially believed that it would sell for more than $ 100 million dollars , but this was not the case.
The house was bought in 1989 by Les Wexner, founder of L Brands, who in 2011 ceded it to Epstein.
Palm Beach Mansion
The other mansion for sale is the one in Palm Beach, Florida , acquired by the controversial tycoon in 1990.
Back then he paid just $ 2.5 million for the 14,000-square-foot house, located at 353 El Brillo Way .
This house consists of kitchen, dining room, living room, study, six bedrooms, 7.5 bathrooms, massage room, among other rooms.
Outside it has extensive gardens, a swimming pool, as well as a house equipped with three bedrooms to receive guests.
$ 21 million 995 thousand is being requested for this house , a figure well above the appraisal made by the Palm Beach County Property Appraiser’s Office, where it was appraised at $ 14 million dollars.
In addition to that pair of dwellings, Jeffrey Epstein had others in New Mexico, Paris, and the Virgin Islands.