The Manhattan townhouse where Jeffrey Epstein is said to have sexually abused underage girls is set to sell for roughly $50 million, according to a report on Wednesday.
The Upper East Side mansion is currently contract and would be among the most pricey homes to sell in New York over the past year if the deal closes, The Wall Street Journal reported.
The potential buyer’s identity wasn’t revealed in the report.
The 28,000-square-foot neoclassical townhouse at 9 E. 71st St. went on the market along with Epstein’s Florida mansion in July.
But the executors of the multimillionaire’s estate lowered the price to $65 million last month.
It was the most valuable property in Epstein’s real estate portfolio, which also included homes in New Mexico, Paris and a private island in the US Virgin Islands.
Epstein, who killed himself in August 2019 while in custody on federal sex trafficking charges, had long been accused of abusing young women and girls at all of his properties.
His Palm Beach mansion is in contract to sell to developer Todd Michael Glaser for an undisclosed amount, the Journal reported in November. The deal hasn’t closed yet but Glaser has said he plans to raze the property and replace it with a new home.
The dead pedophile’s sprawling Manhattan home was built in 1930 for Macy’s heir Herbert N. Straus. It was formerly owned by ex-Victoria’s Secret honcho Leslie Wexner, a onetime close associate of Epstein.
Epstein bought the property for $20 million in 1998, the Journal reported, citing a person familiar with the situation.
Federal agents and NYPD officers raided the townhouse shortly after Epstein’s July 2019 arrest, and said they found hundreds of images of nude underage girls stashed inside a safe.
The creepy lair also held a self-portrait of Epstein and a young girl and a pair of fake breasts the convicted sex offender played with in the bathtub, one of his accusers has alleged.
His home office there was decorated with a $5.9 million painting of a woman cupping her bare breast, along with a taxidermied tiger and poodle, according to photos obtained by The Post in 2019.
Proceeds from the sale of the mansion are expected to go to Epstein’s estate, which has created a compensation fund to settle claims from his alleged victims.