Published On: Sun, May 23rd, 2021

See Inside Marc Jacobs’ New York Home

The townhouse was featured on MDLNY.

Marc Jacobs Townhouse (Bravo)

Marc Jacobs gave Million Dollar Listing New York a glimpse inside his old apartment in New York’s West Village neighborhood. MDLNY’s Ryan Serhant took viewers on a tour of the home, which he first bought back in 2009.

According to “The Sun,” Jacobs is worth about $100 million.

The home, which sold for $11.7 million, has three bedrooms and one bathroom. It comes with a mica stone fireplace, a galley kitchen with 1970s marble countertops and $15,000 worth of Miele appliances, including a $4,000 Gaggenau range. The home also features a second kosher kitchen. “This isn’t just a kitchenette,” Serhant said. “I mean, this is a legal, Kosher kitchen.”

The townhouse also features custom 18K gold leafing in the living room and a bathroom which features $100,000 gold ceiling decor. The master bedroom comprises an entire floor and features a custom-built mahogany walk in closet and a bathroom with floor to ceiling Emperador marble.

After selling the house, Marc Jacobs and his husband of two years Charly Defrancesco moved to a Frank Lloyd-designed home in Westchester, New York, which was also featured in Architectural Digest. Marc Jacobs told the publication, “I’m not big on having a particular concept or look. I just want to live with things I genuinely love—great Art Deco furniture, pieces from the ’70s, and contemporary art. But I didn’t want the house to feel like a pristine gallery or a Deco stage set—just something smart, sharp, and comfortable.”
“Everything is a work of art,” Defrancesco said. “Everything was a considered decision, every doorknob, every light switch. You name it.”

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“I didn’t know you were taking, like, the lights,” said Ryan Serhant, founder of SERHANT brokerage. “Where’s all the stuff? Where’s all the art and like the mirrors and the things from the photos? All the Marc Jacob-ness of his house is now removed.”

Mar Jacobs Townhouse Fireplace (Bravo)

“One of the big challenges about selling this awesome townhouse is that most of the awesomeness — all the fixtures and finishes, artwork and furniture — has been boxed up and sold at auction at Sotheby’s,” said Serhant.

“I love this apartment. There’s nothing else like it,” Serhant told People Magazine in April. “My wife and I gut renovated it to make it a perfect SoHo penthouse, and we’re going to miss waking up here every day.”

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