Live Where Andy Warhol Painted Those Famous Soup Cans

Andy Warhol bought the home in 1959 for $60,000, then sold it to his business manager in 1989 for $593,000. Now, it's on the market for $5.99 million, reports the New York Times.

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Andy Warhol bought the home in 1959 for $60,000, then sold it to his business manager in 1989 for $593,000. Now, it's on the market for $5.99 million, reports the <a href="http://www.nytimes.com/2008/03/30/realestate/30deal1.html?_r=2&" target="_blank">New York Times</a>. The house has ornate wood moldings and paneling and original mantels.
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The home has a gracious gallery in the foyer, perfect for displaying an art-lover's collection.
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The 3,000-square-foot townhouse is 48-feet deep on a 62-foot lot, making it a bit smaller than the average homes in similar areas, which are about 100-feet deep.
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One of the apartment's four "well laid-out" bedrooms.
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The brand-new, third-floor kitchen has custom cabinetry and Caesar Stone counters, dual Sub-Zero refrigerators, Sub-Zero wine storage, double Miele dishwashers, and a Miele coffee maker and microwave.
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The home, designed by Henry Hardenbergh, "tastefully blends pre-war charm with exquisite new interior finishes and 21st century technology," reports the listing.
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A look at the home's den/play room.
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