Keeping Up With NYC Properties: Kylie Jenner and Travis Scott’s Greenwich Rental Now For Sale

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The Greenwich Village townhome that media personality Kylie Jenner and rapper Travis Scott rented is now available for purchase at a whopping $26.5 million.

Travis Scott and Kylie Jenner

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At the young age of 24, pop culture icon and makeup mogul Kylie Jenner has already acquired an impressive real estate portfolio. The media personality owns various properties across Los Angeles and Hidden Hills, including a five-acre lot purchased in April of 2020 for $15 million and a $36.5 million palatial showplace in Holmby Hills. Meanwhile, her partner, Travis Scott is primarily based in Brentwood where he spent $29.3 million on two properties this past year. Additionally, the couple owns a $13.5 million home in the mountains above Beverly Hills.

In terms of New York residences, Jenner and Scott reportedly rent a townhome in Greenwich Village. Built in 1839, the building has served as home to plenty of occupants over the past nearly two hundred years including "The March King" John Phillips Sousa. For the past ten years, the property has been listed on and off the market with several brokers at a plethora of differing prices as high as $31.95 million. Now, the six-story building is once again available for purchase through “Million Dollar Listing” star Ryan Serhant at a price of $26.5 million.

The historic Greenwich townhome previously home to Jenner and Scott spans 8,700 square feet with six bedrooms and eight baths. The 22-foot-wide building has been completely redone by developer and owner William Rainero while Clodagh Design worked on the interiors and the outdoor kitchen was designed by Silvano Marchetto. Stepping inside, the space opens to soaring 18-foot ceilings, exposed original stone, and warm brick walls. The living area highlights a modern fireplace that leads into the 700 square foot garden. The interior layout also presents a mezzanine lounge, a secondary kitchen, and a media room which can be accessed by the glass staircase or glass elevator. The entire fourth floor boasts the primary bedroom suite with a fireplace, expansive dressing room, and terrace. Stepping outside on the terrace, the space offers a hot tub and wellness area with glass-walled sauna. The exterior space also includes a roof deck with picturesque views of Washington Square Park and the Freedom Tower.

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