The mansion, built in 1950, offers the buyer the chance to “live like royalty” and “own a piece of real estate and fashion history,” the listing says.
Boasting 17 lavishly decorated rooms spread across six floors, the property overlooks Fifth Avenue and borders Central Park.
The floors are Italian marble and Austrian parquet. There are five fireplaces, painted walls and ceilings and mosaic.
Versace furnished the New York townhouse in a distinctive Italian Baroque style. Credit: Travis Mark for Sotheby’s International Realty
“Versace’s genius and vision is revealed over the first 4 floors, each presenting the designer’s legendary taste and permeates the home,” the listing adds.
Every floor of the mansion has a…