As 6sqft previously reported, Ms. Trump and husband Jared Kushner, now senior adviser to President Donald Trump, first listed their apartment at 502 Park Avenue for $4.1 million in December; Ivanka purchased the home for $1.52 million in 2004. The classic and somewhat girly Park Avenue pad with Tiffany-box blue walls has also been on the rental market, first at $15K and, as Mansion Global reports, just reduced to $13,000 a month. Ivanka also owns one of the building’s penthouses–it’s the Trump/Kushner family’s main home when they’re in town– that she bought for $16 million nearly six years ago.
Though according to the listing–held by Trump International Realty, of course–the home measures 1,549 square feet and offers north, south, and west “city views,” listing photos show views that look distinctly like a neighboring building. Solid herringbone-patterned oak floors, beamed ceilings, and classic moldings don’t disappoint, however.
The kitchen is modestly upscale with classic cabinetry, marble counters, and stainless steel appliances.
The master bedroom comes with an en suite marble bath and the second bedroom has a full wall of built-ins for extra storage.
[Via Mansion Global]
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