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Per 6sqft, Versace purchased the palatial pad—located in the Upper East Side just off of 5th Avenue—in 1995 for just $7.5 million.

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The limestone manse was built in 1901 and boasts a total of 17 rooms across six floors: including 5 bedrooms, 6.5 baths, and a massive library.

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The 14,000 square foot estate also offers a rear balcony—that overlooks the backyard garden—roof deck, elevator, office, formal dining room, patio, and a proper garage.

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The classic, Italian-style spread still bears many of its original architectural details, such as marble + parquet flooring, crown moldings, oversized chandeliers, and a painted living room ceiling.

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The master bathroom is decked out in a Versace-style mosaic tile pattern and features a Jacuzzi tub and a skylight.

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Another added bonus: the decadent dwelling comes fully furnished, as is; making its shocking price tag seem suddenly a lot more reasonable!