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Courtney Love’s one-time NYC home lists for $23M

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West Village townhouse where Courtney Love once lived on the market It cost a whopping $22.9 million.

The 22-foot-wide, five-story Italian-style townhouse at 27 Bank Street was built in 1856 and was once inhabited by an eccentric cast of characters.

Sources said there was a lifelong tenant in a garden-level apartment with a separate entrance under the slouch, and a rent-stable tenant on the top floor, causing an unnecessarily tense moment with Love. .hole and the widow of Nirvana frontman Kurt Cobain.

When Gimme Shelter toured the townhouse a few years ago, entrepreneur Michael Bruno 1stDibs.com, then rented most of the property. He shared it with his upstairs neighbor, a retired book editor, and had no issues. But at the time, an editor, who didn’t want to be named, told Gimmy it was a different story when he shared the townhouse with Love.

One of the 5 bedrooms in the townhouse.
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Machiya living room interior.
The Bank Street Hideaway has seven fireplaces.
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Machiya living room interior.
The 22 foot wide townhouse has 5 floors.
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home kitchen interior.
The residence has a renovated kitchen.
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Appearance of the roof deck.
Exterior area for large lounging.
H5 property

Once, Love’s assistant asked her not to talk to him or look him in the eye if they passed each other on the stairs. [the editor] had to go through [the other tenants’] We rented the house to go to the apartment on the second floor,” the source said.

Love, through her publicist, did not return the call.

All townhouse units are now market rate. Last April, the home’s “Upper Parlor Triplex” hit the market as a $50,000 monthly rental. The price has since dropped to $30,000 per month and is now listed as a rental. According to StreetEasy.

However, according to the listing, the home will be handed over vacant at the time of sale.

Sellers Anthony Oldfield and Jennifer Lister Oldfield purchased the house for $7 million in 2008 and did not return calls during press time.

The townhouse has 5 bedrooms, 5 baths, 7 fireplaces, private gardens, and original details such as ‘intact slouch’ and oversized windows. The parlor floor includes a large living room with 12 foot high ceilings, a formal dining room and a kitchen with a remodeled sunroom. Original details on this floor include a staircase, ceiling molding, wide oak floors and a marble fireplace mantel.

There are two additional bedrooms on the 2nd and 3rd floors, each with a marble fireplace, and the top floor is now a studio with high ceilings, a wall of windows, skylights and access to the roof deck. increase.

The listing broker is Douglas Elliman’s Keren Ringler.

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