Photographer Annie Leibovitz owns a West Village compound made up of three unconnected townhouses, which she first tried to sell in December for $33 million. No buyers emerged for the 10,200-square-foot spread, even after a price cut, but Leibovitz is still committed to unloading the place. She has relisted it with a new broker, as The Real Deal notes, for a new price of $29.9 million. One benefit of the relisting: fresh photos, including some of corners of the compound we haven't yet seen. The brokerbabble lacks the earlier edition's flair, but it has the basics down:
The property spans an impressive 110ft on the prime corner of Greenwich and West 11th Street with a stunning south facing gated garden accessible directly from the street. Formerly 757 Greenwich, 755 Greenwich and 311 West 11th the home has undergone a pain staking restoration. The impeccable faade, now reflecting its former glory, benefits from over 70 landmark approved wooden windows, original stoops and doors. Internally all new plumbing and electrical systems are in place, numerous wood burning fireplaces and central Air Conditioning. Every inch of this home has been impeccably and thoughtfully reconfigured creating an effortless flow between the residences. The property boasts 7 Bedrooms, five and a half baths, two guest suites, home offices, library, play room, mud room, private gated garden, finished basement with storage and walk-in safe. Separate guest house.
· Say cheese: Leibovitz wants $30M for W. Vill compound [TRD]
· Listing: 755 Greenwich Street [Corcoran via StreetEasy]
· Annie Leibovitz coverage [Curbed]