PHOTO: A March 2017 file photo, provided by the New York State Sex Offender Registry of Jeffrey Epstein. (AP/New York State Sex Offender Registry)
Shortly after Epstein died in August, brokers began to hover over 9 E. 71st St. The 50-foot-wide townhouse “is the best in the city,” says super-broker Dolly Lenz.
Even though a sale would be complicated given Epstein’s estate and the lawsuits against it, the seven-story mansion would be worth at least $100 million, several brokers say.
At first, there were reports that the “creep” factor — women have reported being kept in the home and farmed out for sex to Epstein’s powerful friends — would translate to a lower sales price.
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