Annie Leibovitz’s West Village home.
For Friday afternoon procrastination purposes, try and guess the price of the just-listed home of photographer-to-the-stars Annie Leibovitz in Manhattan’s West Village.
Here are some details to help you formulate a good guess. The listing actually totals three townhouses, one of which serves as a photography studio. The total square footage comes in at just over 10,200, and there are a total of 13 fireplaces. Lastly, when coming up with a hunch, keep in mind that this is one of the most expensive neighborhoods for real estate in the country.
Check out more photos below and post your price guess in the comments section. And please, play fair and don’t use Google for help.
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