Andy Warhol’s Upper East Side Townhouse (PHOTOS)
There’s no question Andy Warhol was one of the most popular people in the game.
While he was alive, Andy rubbed elbows with celebrities from the fields of art, music, movies, sports, you name it. So you can imagine that he needed a great place to call home and be able to invite some of his favorite friends over.
For the first time ever, we have gotten a chance to see Andy’s apartment in its entirety and it’s just as awe-inspiring as his paintings!
Located in the Carnegie Hill neighborhood of New York’s Upper East Side, the 3,072 sq ft house served as Warhol’s home and studio for 15 years. During his time there, Andy created and released his infamous Campbell’s Soup Cans collection that many are most familiar with when discussing Warhol’s works.
The home has four bedrooms and four-and-a-half baths, and has been lived in by two separate tenants since Andy Warhol’s passing. Since then, the apartment has undergone a series of small restorations and updates that includes the addition of a brand new garden-level kitchen.
If you would like to buy the property, it can be yours for $5.795 million. Check out photos from Andy Warhol’s living space by clicking through the gallery above.