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Versace's Former Upper East Side Mansion Is Now a $120,000/Month Rental

The palatial townhouse on East 64th Street has plenty of outdoor space, lavish finishes, and more

The late fashion designer Gianni Versace purchased this stately Upper East Side townhouse for $7.5 million in 1995, and renovated it top-to-bottom before he was murdered in Miami in 1997. The opulent mansion sold nearly a decade after his death for $30 million, and now it's back on the market as a $120,000 per month rental, according to the New York Observer.

Though it's changed quite a bit since the days when Versace filled it with modern art and other colorful details (which you can see here), some of the over-the-top features—huge chandeliers, marble floors, gilded everything—remain. The home's other amenities include an elevator connecting its six stories, a lovely backyard, several skylights, a Jacuzzi tub, and a rooftop garden.