You probably can’t sing like Billie Holiday. … Scratch that. You definitely can’t sing like Billie Holiday. But you can own her former Upper West Side townhouse.
The seven-bedroom, 6,300-square-foot townhouse at 26 West 87th Street, where the jazz legend was living when she died in 1959 at the age of 44, is now on the market for $13 million.
Corcoran’s Maria Pashby, Joanna Pashby and Terrence Harding are listing the unit.
The five-story Renaissance Revival brownstone is now owned by a pair of brothers, who bought it for $5.85 million in 2009 and did extensive renovations, the New York Post reported.
Holiday, known as “Lady Day,” is considered one of jazz’s greatest all-time performers, famous for virtuoso singing performances like “Strange Fruit” and “Summertime.”