Annie Leibovitz has found a new broker to sell her stunning New York home. Also, the price is new – lowered. In December 2012, celebrity photographer tried to sell her townhouse compound in the heart of New York City’s West Village for $33 million. It has now been relisted at $29 million. $4 million savings! The 10,000-square-foot compound which comprises of three three townhouses at the corner of New York’s West 11th and Greenwich streets is surrounded by a private garden. It features seven bedrooms and 13 wood-burning fireplaces.
Leibovitz bought the first two homes in 2002 and the third a year later, and renovated them. Two of them are the living quarters, while the third serves as a photo studio with its own kitchen and reception area. The brick buildings, in a Greek Revival style, date back to the 1830s, and its main features is Leibovitz’s wide-plank wood floors, which are offset by high ceilings. There is also a formal dining room and chef’s kitchen. Listing broker Paula Del Nunzio, of Brown Harris Stevens said: “It’s very rare to have something like this. She created it.”