Newspaper article Manchester Evening News

Jackson's off the Wall House

Newspaper article Manchester Evening News

Jackson's off the Wall House

Article excerpt

hen Michael Jackson needed somewhere to stay in New York while working on his last album, you'd have thought a suite in one of the city's top hotels might fit the bill.

WBut not the famously profligate King of Pop. Instead, Jackson rented an eight-bedroom Manhattan mansion for six months - for $75,000 a month.

This enormous home on the Upper East Side - one of New York's most prestigious districts - is now on the market for a jaw dropping $39 million.

For that, you get more than 12,000 square feet of living space and a wealth of original features including grand oak staircases, stained glass windows and 10 working fireplaces.

This impressive home also boasts a huge, landscaped roof terrace with panoramic views of the city.

Situated between Madison Avenue and Fifth Avenue, just a block away from Central Park, the property was built in 1898 by the celebrated architect Alexander Welch in a style reminiscent of 17th Century Parisian mansions. …

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