Would you be willing to shell out $4.295 million to live at Andy Warhol’s old place? Well that’s the asking price the four-story, four-bedroom, three-and-a-half-bathroom townhouse located on East 66th Street at 1342 Lexington Avenue. Andy Warhol, who lived the final years of his life here, moved to this charmer in 1960 where he spent about 14 years. This was also where he created the popular Campbell’s Soup and Dollar Bill series. If I had the money today, I would be conflicted: live here? or buy one of his timeless pieces? I think I might go with the townhouse. After all, you can’t buy history… or can you?
Agent: Jeannette Bernstein, Brown Harris Stevens.