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Mary-Kate Olsen’s Two Former East Village Townhouses Hit the Market for $16 Million

Architectural Digest logo Architectural Digest 2019-02-13 Joyce Chen
Mary-Kate Olsen wearing a black shirt: Mary-Kate Olsen now lives in Turtle Bay, but once had two Greenwich Village townhouses. © Photo: Amy Sussman/Getty Images Mary-Kate Olsen now lives in Turtle Bay, but once had two Greenwich Village townhouses.

Two neighboring townhouses located in Manhattan’s East Village are currently on the market—separately and possibly together—both of which have some seriously chic celebrity pedigrees. Mary-Kate Olsen and her husband, French banker Olivier Sarkozy, previously owned the two townhouses, though they currently call a $13.5 million Turtle Bay townhouse home.

One of the homes, located at 123 E. 10th St., is listed with Mark Amadei of Sotheby’s International Realty for $7.69 million, while the other, at 125 E. 10th St., is on the market for $8.3 million and is represented by Jason Haber of Warburg Realty. The 123 E. 10th St. home features an eat-in kitchen, a parlor with classic moldings and carved fireplaces, and a full-floor master suite (the townhouse totals five stories). Its current owners are artist Aaron Young and his wife, French-born CEO of luxury retailer the Webster, Laure Heriard Dubreuil.

a large brick building with many windows: Two townhouses are up for sale that can be combined to make a single palatial home. © Photo: Richard Caplan Two townhouses are up for sale that can be combined to make a single palatial home.

The 125 E. 10th St. property is similarly structured, with five bedrooms spread out across five stories, featuring fireplaces, mantels, and moldings reflective of its 19th-century origins. According to the New York Post, Sarkozy purchased the 4,200-square-foot 123 E. 10th St. for $6.25 million in 2012 and sold it just two years later for a smidgen more, at $6.4 million.

a living room filled with furniture and a large window: The large windows face out onto tree-lined 10th Street in Greenwich Village. © Photo: Richard Caplan The large windows face out onto tree-lined 10th Street in Greenwich Village.

During that time, he and Olsen didn’t live there but instead rented out the equally sized 4,200-square-foot townhouse next door. The pair’s current home boasts over-the-top luxury, with a hall of mirrors meant to resemble Versailles, a ballroom, a rooftop pool, a private garden, an elevator, and even a separate artist’s studio.

a bench in a garden: The home features a private back patio. © Photo: Richard Caplan The home features a private back patio.

The townhouses are also available for joint purchase, at $15.99 million. And doing so could be a smart move for any potential homebuyer. According to the Warburg listing, the townhouses share “one of the largest private gardens in Manhattan.”

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