The Post has learned that a duplex penthouse overlooking Madison Square Park once owned by the late Gianni Versace has been listed for $10 million.
Composed of four bedrooms and four baths, the condo is described as a “townhouse-in-the-sky,” with key-locked elevator access.
The residence has over 3,500 square feet of interior space, with approximately 1,200 square feet of private outdoor space.
Located in New York’s trendy Nomad neighborhood at 50 Madison Avenue, views include the Guild Tower of the New York Life Building, the clock tower at the Metropolitan Life Tower, and iconic Flatiron building,
Features include herringbone hardwood floors, walls of windows and Versace furnishings that can come with the home if you prefer.
Versace furnishings include couches, chairs, tables, and rugs. But if you want to make the house more modern, then you have the option of not keeping your old stuff.
The great room comes with a 365-square-foot terrace.
The owners’ suite on the upper level boasts 80-foot-long wraparound ceilings with a spa bath and walk-in closet. Additional bedrooms on the same floor can be converted into an office, nursery, gym or other dressing room, the listing notes.
Building amenities include a full-time concierge, a package room, a storage room, and a bike room.
The agency’s Aaron Seawood and Andrew Pritchard did the listing.
Versace was the founder of the fashion brand of the same name. he was assassinated After coming back from a walk to retrieve her morning magazines on Ocean Drive in Miami on July 15, 1997.
He was 50 years old.