Sometime in 2015, Taylor Swift added a nine-bedroom, eight-and-a-half-bathroom duplex apartment to her extensive collection of homes. The $20-million-dollar pad with 2,000 square feet of terrace space is located in New York City’s Tribeca neighborhood and was the former home of filmmaker Peter Jackson. For some reason or another, the multimillion-dollar abode requires some work, and will undergo a yearlong renovation. While the pop princess awaits the competition of her pricey pad, she’ll be renting an apartment in the West Village for $39,500 per month.
Swift’s temporary home at 23 Cornelia Street is a 5,400-square-foot, four-floor town house. Constructed in the 1890s, it features a 1912 brick exterior. The five-bedroom, six-bathroom, residence with double height ceilings and a multilevel patio has an indoor pool, a private garage, three fireplaces, a white marble staircase, and an elevator. According to the listing, the town house, which was last sold over a decade ago for $5,300,500, is “a perfect balance of historic charm and modern allure.”
T-Swifts’ habit for buying uber-luxurious homes is almost comparable to her knack for turning out multiplatinum albums. With multimillion-dollar residences in California, Nashville, and Westerly, Rhode Island, it is estimated that she owns somewhere around $70 million in property.
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