News that Kylie Jenner and Travis Scott were renting a gorgeous 19th century townhouse in Greenwich Village may have just dropped last month, but it looks like the entrepreneurial pair —who are currently expecting their second child together—will have to find a new place to stay on the East Coast. The six bedroom, eight bathroom property, which is located not far from Washington Square Park, hit the market today for $26.5 million.
Originally built in 1839, the 8,757 square foot dwelling has a rich history going back to noted military march composer John Philip Sousa (he penned “The Stars and Stripes Forever”) who purchased the home over 100 years ago, in 1919. Since then the space has been transformed into a luxurious modern property, thanks to a gut renovation by Clodagh Design, though the original finishes do remain intact, lending the property a ton of character. With six floors and a decked out rooftop, there’s no chance of feeling cramped, and the tall ceilings certainly help avoid that, too. The garden level living room’s ceilings measure at a dramatic 18’3 and the back wall’s floor to ceiling windows offer an opportunity to ogle the lush outdoor space even in New York’s chillier seasons while lounging comfortably next to the room’s modern linear fireplace.
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Beyond design and spaciousness, the home has plenty to offer in the way of amenities. A glass-enclosed sauna, glass elevator, jacuzzi tub, full outdoor Viking kitchen, integrated grilling station, and a wine cellar with an adjoining tasting lounge all add to the allure. It isn’t clear if the Keeping Up With the Kardashians star and the rapper are still renting the place, but both of them spent time in New York City earlier this month to attend Fashion Week events (her) and the MTV Video Music Awards (him). The listing is held by Nicole Palermo and Ryan Serhant of Serhant.