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The Rolling Stones' Former Townhouse Is Back, Wants $13M

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The Rollings Stones, or so the rumor perpetuated by the Greenwich Village townhouse's owner goes, lived at 54 West 9th Street early in their careers and wrote such hits as "Sympathy for the Devil" and "Paint it Black." This maybe/maybe not true bit of history didn't help owner Stefan Peter when he tried to sell the townhouse back in 2012 for $7.95 million, however. Now the townhouse is back on the market and Peter has abandoned the the Rolling Stones thing and is instead trying to entice buyers with very loose plans to convert the building into a single-family home. ("Legal Disclaimer," the broker notes. "The information set forth in this offering package is based upon information which we consider reliable but because it has been supplied by third parties to our firm and ownership, we cannot represent that it is accurate or complete, and it should not be relied upon as such.") Also, he's raised the price to $12.95 million.

· Listing: 54 West 9th Street [Leslie Garfield, via Streeteasy]
· Former Home of the Rolling Stones Listed for $7.95 Million [Curbed]
· Tuesday Townhouses [Curbed]