Former Abercrombie & Fitch CEO Lists Cool, Good-Looking Townhouse for $16M

There is a striking 2-level mahogany paneled library.Though he was once quoted as saying that Abercrombie & Fitch only markets to “cool, good-looking people,” Mike Jeffries—the brand’s former chairman and CEO—will probably accept an offer from anyone willing to pay the $16M asking price on his Sutton Square townhouse. On the market since October, the 5-story residence originally asked $19.5M but recently got a sizable price chop and now lists for $16M with Douglas Elliman’s Michael Passaro and Lauren Muss.

Extensively renovated by renowned architect and designer Daniel Romualdez, the townhome boasts a flexible layout that could accommodate 3 or 4 bedrooms. The garden level houses the light-filled chef’s kitchen and the formal dining room as well as a striking curved staircase that accesses the upper levels. Additional details include 7 wood-burning fireplaces throughout the home as well as several bay windows that look out over the secret garden accessible to Sutton Square residents. The third floor is devoted to the master suite, which features a cashmere-lined dressing room and master bathroom outfitted with black Belgium marble floors, and the fifth floor is home to a striking mahogany wood-paneled library with 2 terraces.

Mansion Global reported.

A curving staircase accesses all 5 stories. Bay windows in the living room overlook the garden. The windowed kitchen boasts a full suite of top-of-the-line appliances. The dining room features a fireplace. The elegant master bedroom. The 2-story library is paneled with mahogany. The penthouse opens onto a terrace. The charming rear façade.