Thursday, October 25, 2012

A Chance to Live Like a Soros

NyPo reports: Here’s a big opportunity to live like a billionaire heiress. 

Andrea Soros Colombel and her husband, Eric Colombel, have put their Greenwich Village townhouse at 10 W. 10th St. on the market for $29.5 million. The fully renovated, seven-bedroom home is a four-story Greek revival-style townhouse that dates back to 1844. It comes with an elevator, three wood-burning fireplaces and a state-of-the-art sound system.  

Andrea, daughter of George Soros, also has a sprawling house on 60 acres in Rhinebeck where Hillary and Chelsea Clinton have stayed. Her real estate holdings also include a three-story residential building on West Fourth Street that partially collapsed last January. There were no reports of injuries.

(pics via Corcoran)


  1. I was a billionaire, I wouldn't live in an old-ass concrete-garden house in a sardine-packed city. Not when I could get the same square footage on fewer floors, comparable amenities — plus a private 4-car garage, a front yard, a back yard, side yards, and a swimming pool on 1/2 acre or bigger lot — for 5–10% of the price, outside the concrete jungle where it's peaceful and quiet.

  2. Nice house, though i'd still prefer to look for a house with enough space for pools with automatic pool covers over this one (especially since it's in a congested neighborhood, too).

  3. I think the house looks crowded in place. I prefer buying a home with wide backyard were my kids could play freely and where I could put a medium-sized pool and with a cutesy pool gate from tampa and a garage that could accommodate at least two cars and design the house according to what I want. But the interior of the house looks classy and elegant, I just don't like the location of it.

  4. That 29.5 million dollar house is definitely a place to live in. Who wouldn't want to live in a house with an elevator, three wood-burning fireplaces and a state-of-the-art sound system? Having a pool with a swimming pool pumps will surely complete the house package. I believe the swimming pool was at the top of the house.

  5. They supposedly "care" about poor people but they are making people more poor!Just like the media matters. of course media that works for them not for the people!