Annie Leibovitz’s former West Village home is on the market as a pricey rental

It’s listed for $12,600 a month

Feb.February 09, 2019 11:00 AM

Annie Leibovitz (Credit: Corcoran Group, Getty)

A West Village townhouse that once belonged to photographer Annie Leibovitz has hit the rental market — for a steep $12,600 a month.

The home, at 311 West 11th Street, is one of three adjacent properties that Leibovitz purchased over the course of several years, Curbed reported. The townhouse was reportedly used as a guesthouse, while the others were her home and studio.

Corcoran’s Steve Gold and Viktoria Wiberg have the listing.

Leibovitz began assembling her West Village compound in 2002 and sold it for $28.5 million in 2014 to Lauren Bush Lauren, President George W. Bush’s niece, and her husband, David Lauren, son of the designer Ralph Lauren. The property has been on the rental market several times since, the report said.

The three-story townhouse, clad in ivy, spans about 2,000 square feet and boasts three fireplaces, a renovated kitchen and vintage features like beamed ceilings and exposed brick. The property also has a large basement. [Curbed] — Meenal Vamburkar

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