Taylor Swift Drops $18 Million on NYC Townhouse
Taylor Swift has a “reputation” for buying quite a few real estate properties, and she’s not stopping anytime soon. Her newest addition is an $18 million, 5,458 square foot townhouse in Manhattan’s Tribeca neighborhood. Completely renovated, the 27-foot-wide building spans several floors. Let’s start at the bottom, shall we? And if you want the full tour, head over to Trulia for all the swoon-worthy details and pics.
On the lower level — we can call this the “extracurricular” floor — there’s a gym, spa steam bath, bar, and (wait for it…) a movie theater! The deluxe space features individual reclining seats, because, obviously, when you’re T.Swift, you don’t need to share an armrest with anyone.
Walk one flight up and you’ll hit the Boffi kitchen (translation: Designed by a very chic interior design firm) with Miele and Gaggenau appliances (read: very fancy stoves and refrigerators). However, the best feature of the kitchen has to be its limestone heated floors, which we think her cat Olivia will be spending a lot of time on.
On the top floor is a bright and homey living space. With a super high ceiling opening up to a large skylight, it’s the perfect room to just chill and decompress after a long tour or night out. It also comes equipped with a fireplace for those chilly NYC winters.
Finally, on the tippy-top of the townhouse, there’s a super private garden oasis which people in NYC would probably give their pinky toe for. The terrace features Japanese paper walls, a natural gas grill, and plenty of room for hosting those girl squad hangouts. Oh, the stories this terrace will see.
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(Photos via Trulia)
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