Michael Jackson’s former NYC townhouse is just as extravagant as you might have imagined — and it was just listed for a whopping $39 million. Currently owned by billionaire hedge-fund manager Marc Lasry, who bought the property in 2001 for $11 million, the six-storey Upper East Side home was built in 1898, has 12,745 square feet and 16 rooms, seven of which are bedrooms.
Click through to take a peek inside the opulent space.
A sophisticated combination of limestone and brick covers the façade of this Manhattan townhouse.
Glass and wrought-iron doors create a grand statement, setting the tone for what’s to come.
Dark oak hardwood floors in a herringbone pattern are used throughout the home’s 16 rooms.
Walls of built-ins and a wood-burning fireplace — one of the home’s ten — cozy up the formal living room.
The spacious eat-in kitchen features white cabinetry and marble countertops, with a large center island for additional prep space.
A sitting room off the kitchen offers a place for guests to sit, making it the perfect layout for entertaining.
A bay window brings natural light into the dining room, where a long table topped with a crystal chandelier is the main event.
Here’s another seating area with tons of natural light and a wood-burning fireplace.
Even the media room feels elevated thanks to crown molding and an extravagant chandelier.
A spacious master bedroom boasts a wall of windows and a fireplace.
The ensuite bathroom’s all-white palette has a spa-like vibe.
Here’s another one of the seven bedrooms, with the added perk of a carved stone balcony.
The garden level offers a small patio for casual alfresco lounging, with a mounted fountain along a tall lattice privacy wall.
Additional outdoor space can be found on the roof top, where there is a spacious private deck with a kitchen.