Kanye West quietly shops Soho condo

Bedroom comes with a “long, granite object” that may be a bathtub

May.May 31, 2013 03:00 PM

Rapper and soon-to-be father Kanye West is quietly selling his 25 West Houston Street apartment, the New York Post reported. West wants $4.5 million for the fourth-floor Soho condo.

The unit reportedly comes with statues of children and a bathtub that sits 5 feet away from West’s bed.

“It’s the height of a normal sink, but it’s a huge, long, granite object, probably about 9 feet long but only a couple of feet wide,” an unidentified broker source who toured the property told the Post. “At the front is a sink.”

West’s agent, whose identity was also not available, opened the home for a tour for top brokers yesterday.

Bed and bathroom count, as well as other amenities at the pad, were not available.

“The apartment is amazing,” the broker told the Post. “If you like modern and sleek spaces, this is it.”

There are no active sales listings at the building, StreetEasy shows. However, a 1,585-square-foot, one-bedroom unit is on the rental block for $11,500 per month, according to the site. [NYP]Zachary Kussin

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