She faced bankruptcy just three years ago and now cash-strapped Annie Leibovitz is selling her swanky New York home for $33 million.
The 63-year-old celebrated photographer bought three townhouses in Manhattan for a reported $6.1 million. She then gutted the three properties to create her own West Village compound, which is being sold as a collection of prime live-work space.
Altogether the complex stretches across 10,202 square feet at the heart of which is a private garden. There are 13 wood-burning fireplaces throughout, air conditioning and a roof garden.
The main house boasts a living room, "soaring ceilings," twin wood-burning fireplaces and wooden floors. It also includes a formal dining room and a chef's kitchen.
The master suite includes a wood-burning fireplace, large walk-in closets and a full bath. There are four other bedrooms, two full baths and a playroom all on the fourth floor.
Guests can stay in the guest triplex that comes equipped with a kitchen, living room, bedroom and full bathroom.
If the new millionaire owner hates commuting and wants to work from home they won't have far to go. Another part of the property is a studio that has a large workstation and a reception room, an office/library on the third floor and a kitchen in the basement.
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