Lady Gaga was born this way – as a New Yorker, that is. This summer the music artist chose to return to New York’s West Village – where for a few weeks she inhabited a $23 million townhouse that has been on both the sale and rental market since 2016. From this luxe base, she recorded a new album and also celebrated the New York City Pride march. According to the New York Post, she “traveled in and out of the house with an entourage the size of a tour bus.” She has since returned to the West Coast.
The historic townhouse has six floors and is on the market for $23 million. It cost about $75,000 per month, when available for rent. It features five bedrooms and six bathrooms (with one half-bathroom). The classic Italianate-style house, which was constructed in 1857, features airy, modern interiors with extensive windows that embrace the newest tech trends thanks to a recent renovation. The outside areas are numerous, from extensive decks to intimate terraces. There is also an enviable back garden. Other amenities in this elevated choice include an elevator, a garage, and a sauna. Though a recording studio is not a feature of the home, there is plenty of room for Lady Gaga’s recording equipment.
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