For $120K a Month, You Can Live Like Fashion Royalty in Gianni Versace's Former Upper East Side Townhouse
Purchased just two years before his death in 1997, Gianni Versace’s 14,000-square-foot Upper East Side townhouse is available for rent for the first time and with a price tag as extravagant as his signature style: $120,000 a month. The home is being offered fully furnished by Corcoran’s Deborah Grubman.
The massive townhouse has been completely renovated and now spans six floors accessible by an elevator, but Versace's bold Italian baroque style is evident throughout. The first floor's grand foyer features marble floors and columns, and the sweeping staircase is wrapped in a leopard-print runner. Frescoed ceilings characterize the great room, which accesses a full-length balcony overlooking the landscaped grounds. There is also a gallery, formal living and dining rooms and a library. The upper floors house the master suite, which occupies an entire floor and features an opulent gold marble bathroom, and a media room with a dramatic vaulted skylight.
14,000 sq. ft.
Contact: Deborah Grubman at the Corcoran Group, corcoran.com
The great room features a frescoed ceiling.
The elegant master bedroom has a sitting area and a marble fireplace.
The master bathroom is lined with gold marble.
A vaulted skylight adds drama to the media room.