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Jeffrey Epstein’s Manhattan townhouse and Palm Beach mansion hit market for combined $110million

Jeffrey Epstein’s townhouse in Manhattan and mansion in Palm Beach where the pedophile abused his victims hit the market for a combined $110million – 11 months after he killed himself

  • Jeffrey Epstein’s sprawling townhome on the Upper East Side is listed at $88million, the Wall Street Journal revealed Thursday
  • His waterfront estate in Palm Beach is also up for sale at $21.995million
  • The listings were posted just under a year after Epstein died by suicide in his jail cell while awaiting trial on a slew of sex trafficking charges 

Jeffrey Epstein’s mansions in Manhattan and Florida have reportedly hit the market with a combined asking price of $110million. 

The disgraced pedophile’s sprawling townhome on the Upper East Side is listed at $88million, and his waterfront estate in Palm Beach is listed at $21.995million, the Wall Street Journal revealed Thursday.  

The listings were posted just under a year after Epstein died by suicide in his jail cell while awaiting trial on a slew of sex trafficking charges. 

The millionaire financier was accused of sexually abusing dozens of young girls at the homes as part of a massive sex trafficking ring that now threatens to bring down his alleged madam, Ghislaine Maxwell, and potentially many other high-profile associates.

Disgraced pedophile Jeffrey Epstein’s mansions in Manhattan and Florida have reportedly hit the market with a combined asking price of $110million. The townhome on the Upper East Side (pictured) is listed at $88million

Epstein's waterfront estate (pictured) in Palm Beach is also up for sale at $21.995million

Epstein’s waterfront estate (pictured) in Palm Beach is also up for sale at $21.995million

The townhome at 9 East 71st Street boasts an impressive 28,000 square feet across seven floors on one of Manhattan’s most coveted blocks near Central Park, listing agent Adam Modlin of Modlin group told WSJ. 

Epstein purchased the home from Leslie Wexner, founder and CEO of L Brands, back in 1998 for an estimated $20million.   

Epstein is seen in a mugshot before his death last August

The listings were posted just under a year after Epstein (pictured in his mugshot) died by suicide in his jail cell while awaiting trial on a slew of sex trafficking charges

The Palm Beach property – which Epstein purchased in 1990 for $2.5million – is much smaller at 14,000 square feet, but boasts more privacy as its nestled among many other mansions along the Intracoastal Waterway.   

The homes are among the most valuable of Epstein’s international property portfolio, and if they go for even close to their asking prices they will make a significant profit.  

Epstein’s other properties – including a ranch in New Mexico, a flat in Paris and two private islands in the US Virgin Islands – are also expected to go up for sale sometime soon.

The proceeds of the home sales will go to his estate, which recently created a compensation fund to cover settlements with his many alleged victims.  

The estate is currently valued at roughly $636million, excluding taxes, debts and legal fees, an attorney for the executors told WSJ.  

This is a developing story. 



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