The Manhattan home of former political advisor Paul Manafort is now available for $3.663 million.
It is one of five properties owned by Manafort which have been seized by the U.S. Marshals Service.
The Howard Street building was originally constructed in 1895. It is now divided into five units, including Manafort’s 2,000-square-foot former digs.
The residence boasts plenty of potential, and with a significant update would be a cozy and sophisticated space. The two-bedroom, two-bath unit stands out with an elevator entrance that opens into an open-concept main living space.
The unit is fairly simple in style, relying on classic features like rich walnut floors, exposed brick (whitewashed), and a central wood-burning fireplace for expression; warm, comforting, and urbane. Buyers will also be happy to find a recently updated kitchen, fresh bathrooms, and central A/C unit for surviving NYC summers in comfort.