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Fashion legend Mark Jacobs is selling his townhouse in New York for $15.995 million. The designer is planning to spend more time with his new husband Char DeFrancesco outside of the city in their newly purchased $9.175 million home in Westchester County, New York. And the couple are reportedly now on the lookout for a smaller pied-r-terre in Manhattan. He bought the West Village home for close to $10.5 million back in 2009 and hired a team of interior architects to create "something smart, sharp, and comfortable." Inside there's an oak-panelled living room, a formal dining room and a gallery. The four-storey townhouse has three bedrooms?including a full-floor master bedroom suite with an enormous dressing room - and three full bathrooms. There's also a lot of outdoor space including a secluded garden courtyard surrounded by tall trees and ivy and a rooftop terrace with a trellis-topped dining area. It's part of the 'Superior Ink' condominium where residents can enjoy an array of luxury amenities such as a gym, yoga and screening rooms, as well as a lounge with a catering kitchen.
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Fashion legend Mark Jacobs is selling his townhouse in New York for $15.995 million. The designer is planning to spend more time with his new husband Char DeFrancesco outside of the city in their newly purchased $9.175 million home in Westchester County, New York. And the couple are reportedly now on the lookout for a smaller pied-r-terre in Manhattan. He bought the West Village home for close to $10.5 million back in 2009 and hired a team of interior architects to create "something smart, sharp, and comfortable." Inside there's an oak-panelled living room, a formal dining room and a gallery. The four-storey townhouse has three bedrooms?including a full-floor master bedroom suite with an enormous dressing room - and three full bathrooms. There's also a lot of outdoor space including a secluded garden courtyard surrounded by tall trees and ivy and a rooftop terrace with a trellis-topped dining area. It's part of the 'Superior Ink' condominium where residents can enjoy an array of luxury amenities such as a gym, yoga and screening rooms, as well as a lounge with a catering kitchen.
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Fashion legend Mark Jacobs is selling his townhouse in New York for $15.995 million. The designer is planning to spend more time with his new husband Char DeFrancesco outside of the city in their newly purchased $9.175 million home in Westchester County, New York. And the couple are reportedly now on the lookout for a smaller pied-r-terre in Manhattan. He bought the West Village home for close to $10.5 million back in 2009 and hired a team of interior architects to create "something smart, sharp, and comfortable." Inside there's an oak-panelled living room, a formal dining room and a gallery. The four-storey townhouse has three bedrooms?including a full-floor master bedroom suite with an enormous dressing room - and three full bathrooms. There's also a lot of outdoor space including a secluded garden courtyard surrounded by tall trees and ivy and a rooftop terrace with a trellis-topped dining area. It's part of the 'Superior Ink' condominium where residents can enjoy an array of luxury amenities such as a gym, yoga and screening rooms, as well as a lounge with a catering kitchen.
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Fashion legend Mark Jacobs is selling his townhouse in New York for $15.995 million. The designer is planning to spend more time with his new husband Char DeFrancesco outside of the city in their newly purchased $9.175 million home in Westchester County, New York. And the couple are reportedly now on the lookout for a smaller pied-r-terre in Manhattan. He bought the West Village home for close to $10.5 million back in 2009 and hired a team of interior architects to create "something smart, sharp, and comfortable." Inside there's an oak-panelled living room, a formal dining room and a gallery. The four-storey townhouse has three bedrooms?including a full-floor master bedroom suite with an enormous dressing room - and three full bathrooms. There's also a lot of outdoor space including a secluded garden courtyard surrounded by tall trees and ivy and a rooftop terrace with a trellis-topped dining area. It's part of the 'Superior Ink' condominium where residents can enjoy an array of luxury amenities such as a gym, yoga and screening rooms, as well as a lounge with a catering kitchen.
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Fashion legend Mark Jacobs is selling his townhouse in New York for $15.995 million. The designer is planning to spend more time with his new husband Char DeFrancesco outside of the city in their newly purchased $9.175 million home in Westchester County, New York. And the couple are reportedly now on the lookout for a smaller pied-r-terre in Manhattan. He bought the West Village home for close to $10.5 million back in 2009 and hired a team of interior architects to create "something smart, sharp, and comfortable." Inside there's an oak-panelled living room, a formal dining room and a gallery. The four-storey townhouse has three bedrooms?including a full-floor master bedroom suite with an enormous dressing room - and three full bathrooms. There's also a lot of outdoor space including a secluded garden courtyard surrounded by tall trees and ivy and a rooftop terrace with a trellis-topped dining area. It's part of the 'Superior Ink' condominium where residents can enjoy an array of luxury amenities such as a gym, yoga and screening rooms, as well as a lounge with a catering kitchen.
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Fashion legend Mark Jacobs is selling his townhouse in New York for $15.995 million. The designer is planning to spend more time with his new husband Char DeFrancesco outside of the city in their newly purchased $9.175 million home in Westchester County, New York. And the couple are reportedly now on the lookout for a smaller pied-r-terre in Manhattan. He bought the West Village home for close to $10.5 million back in 2009 and hired a team of interior architects to create "something smart, sharp, and comfortable." Inside there's an oak-panelled living room, a formal dining room and a gallery. The four-storey townhouse has three bedrooms?including a full-floor master bedroom suite with an enormous dressing room - and three full bathrooms. There's also a lot of outdoor space including a secluded garden courtyard surrounded by tall trees and ivy and a rooftop terrace with a trellis-topped dining area. It's part of the 'Superior Ink' condominium where residents can enjoy an array of luxury amenities such as a gym, yoga and screening rooms, as well as a lounge with a catering kitchen.
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Fashion legend Mark Jacobs is selling his townhouse in New York for $15.995 million. The designer is planning to spend more time with his new husband Char DeFrancesco outside of the city in their newly purchased $9.175 million home in Westchester County, New York. And the couple are reportedly now on the lookout for a smaller pied-r-terre in Manhattan. He bought the West Village home for close to $10.5 million back in 2009 and hired a team of interior architects to create "something smart, sharp, and comfortable." Inside there's an oak-panelled living room, a formal dining room and a gallery. The four-storey townhouse has three bedrooms?including a full-floor master bedroom suite with an enormous dressing room - and three full bathrooms. There's also a lot of outdoor space including a secluded garden courtyard surrounded by tall trees and ivy and a rooftop terrace with a trellis-topped dining area. It's part of the 'Superior Ink' condominium where residents can enjoy an array of luxury amenities such as a gym, yoga and screening rooms, as well as a lounge with a catering kitchen.
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Fashion legend Mark Jacobs is selling his townhouse in New York for $15.995 million. The designer is planning to spend more time with his new husband Char DeFrancesco outside of the city in their newly purchased $9.175 million home in Westchester County, New York. And the couple are reportedly now on the lookout for a smaller pied-r-terre in Manhattan. He bought the West Village home for close to $10.5 million back in 2009 and hired a team of interior architects to create "something smart, sharp, and comfortable." Inside there's an oak-panelled living room, a formal dining room and a gallery. The four-storey townhouse has three bedrooms?including a full-floor master bedroom suite with an enormous dressing room - and three full bathrooms. There's also a lot of outdoor space including a secluded garden courtyard surrounded by tall trees and ivy and a rooftop terrace with a trellis-topped dining area. It's part of the 'Superior Ink' condominium where residents can enjoy an array of luxury amenities such as a gym, yoga and screening rooms, as well as a lounge with a catering kitchen.
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Fashion legend Mark Jacobs is selling his townhouse in New York for $15.995 million. The designer is planning to spend more time with his new husband Char DeFrancesco outside of the city in their newly purchased $9.175 million home in Westchester County, New York. And the couple are reportedly now on the lookout for a smaller pied-r-terre in Manhattan. He bought the West Village home for close to $10.5 million back in 2009 and hired a team of interior architects to create "something smart, sharp, and comfortable." Inside there's an oak-panelled living room, a formal dining room and a gallery. The four-storey townhouse has three bedrooms?including a full-floor master bedroom suite with an enormous dressing room - and three full bathrooms. There's also a lot of outdoor space including a secluded garden courtyard surrounded by tall trees and ivy and a rooftop terrace with a trellis-topped dining area. It's part of the 'Superior Ink' condominium where residents can enjoy an array of luxury amenities such as a gym, yoga and screening rooms, as well as a lounge with a catering kitchen.
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Fashion legend Mark Jacobs is selling his townhouse in New York for $15.995 million. The designer is planning to spend more time with his new husband Char DeFrancesco outside of the city in their newly purchased $9.175 million home in Westchester County, New York. And the couple are reportedly now on the lookout for a smaller pied-r-terre in Manhattan. He bought the West Village home for close to $10.5 million back in 2009 and hired a team of interior architects to create "something smart, sharp, and comfortable." Inside there's an oak-panelled living room, a formal dining room and a gallery. The four-storey townhouse has three bedrooms?including a full-floor master bedroom suite with an enormous dressing room - and three full bathrooms. There's also a lot of outdoor space including a secluded garden courtyard surrounded by tall trees and ivy and a rooftop terrace with a trellis-topped dining area. It's part of the 'Superior Ink' condominium where residents can enjoy an array of luxury amenities such as a gym, yoga and screening rooms, as well as a lounge with a catering kitchen.
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Fashion legend Mark Jacobs is selling his townhouse in New York for $15.995 million. The designer is planning to spend more time with his new husband Char DeFrancesco outside of the city in their newly purchased $9.175 million home in Westchester County, New York. And the couple are reportedly now on the lookout for a smaller pied-r-terre in Manhattan. He bought the West Village home for close to $10.5 million back in 2009 and hired a team of interior architects to create "something smart, sharp, and comfortable." Inside there's an oak-panelled living room, a formal dining room and a gallery. The four-storey townhouse has three bedrooms?including a full-floor master bedroom suite with an enormous dressing room - and three full bathrooms. There's also a lot of outdoor space including a secluded garden courtyard surrounded by tall trees and ivy and a rooftop terrace with a trellis-topped dining area. It's part of the 'Superior Ink' condominium where residents can enjoy an array of luxury amenities such as a gym, yoga and screening rooms, as well as a lounge with a catering kitchen.
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Fashion legend Mark Jacobs is selling his townhouse in New York for $15.995 million. The designer is planning to spend more time with his new husband Char DeFrancesco outside of the city in their newly purchased $9.175 million home in Westchester County, New York. And the couple are reportedly now on the lookout for a smaller pied-r-terre in Manhattan. He bought the West Village home for close to $10.5 million back in 2009 and hired a team of interior architects to create "something smart, sharp, and comfortable." Inside there's an oak-panelled living room, a formal dining room and a gallery. The four-storey townhouse has three bedrooms?including a full-floor master bedroom suite with an enormous dressing room - and three full bathrooms. There's also a lot of outdoor space including a secluded garden courtyard surrounded by tall trees and ivy and a rooftop terrace with a trellis-topped dining area. It's part of the 'Superior Ink' condominium where residents can enjoy an array of luxury amenities such as a gym, yoga and screening rooms, as well as a lounge with a catering kitchen.
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Fashion legend Mark Jacobs is selling his townhouse in New York for $15.995 million. The designer is planning to spend more time with his new husband Char DeFrancesco outside of the city in their newly purchased $9.175 million home in Westchester County, New York. And the couple are reportedly now on the lookout for a smaller pied-r-terre in Manhattan. He bought the West Village home for close to $10.5 million back in 2009 and hired a team of interior architects to create "something smart, sharp, and comfortable." Inside there's an oak-panelled living room, a formal dining room and a gallery. The four-storey townhouse has three bedrooms?including a full-floor master bedroom suite with an enormous dressing room - and three full bathrooms. There's also a lot of outdoor space including a secluded garden courtyard surrounded by tall trees and ivy and a rooftop terrace with a trellis-topped dining area. It's part of the 'Superior Ink' condominium where residents can enjoy an array of luxury amenities such as a gym, yoga and screening rooms, as well as a lounge with a catering kitchen.
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Fashion legend Mark Jacobs is selling his townhouse in New York for $15.995 million. The designer is planning to spend more time with his new husband Char DeFrancesco outside of the city in their newly purchased $9.175 million home in Westchester County, New York. And the couple are reportedly now on the lookout for a smaller pied-r-terre in Manhattan. He bought the West Village home for close to $10.5 million back in 2009 and hired a team of interior architects to create "something smart, sharp, and comfortable." Inside there's an oak-panelled living room, a formal dining room and a gallery. The four-storey townhouse has three bedrooms?including a full-floor master bedroom suite with an enormous dressing room - and three full bathrooms. There's also a lot of outdoor space including a secluded garden courtyard surrounded by tall trees and ivy and a rooftop terrace with a trellis-topped dining area. It's part of the 'Superior Ink' condominium where residents can enjoy an array of luxury amenities such as a gym, yoga and screening rooms, as well as a lounge with a catering kitchen.
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Fashion legend Mark Jacobs is selling his townhouse in New York for $15.995 million. The designer is planning to spend more time with his new husband Char DeFrancesco outside of the city in their newly purchased $9.175 million home in Westchester County, New York. And the couple are reportedly now on the lookout for a smaller pied-r-terre in Manhattan. He bought the West Village home for close to $10.5 million back in 2009 and hired a team of interior architects to create "something smart, sharp, and comfortable." Inside there's an oak-panelled living room, a formal dining room and a gallery. The four-storey townhouse has three bedrooms?including a full-floor master bedroom suite with an enormous dressing room - and three full bathrooms. There's also a lot of outdoor space including a secluded garden courtyard surrounded by tall trees and ivy and a rooftop terrace with a trellis-topped dining area. It's part of the 'Superior Ink' condominium where residents can enjoy an array of luxury amenities such as a gym, yoga and screening rooms, as well as a lounge with a catering kitchen.
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Fashion legend Mark Jacobs is selling his townhouse in New York for $15.995 million. The designer is planning to spend more time with his new husband Char DeFrancesco outside of the city in their newly purchased $9.175 million home in Westchester County, New York. And the couple are reportedly now on the lookout for a smaller pied-r-terre in Manhattan. He bought the West Village home for close to $10.5 million back in 2009 and hired a team of interior architects to create "something smart, sharp, and comfortable." Inside there's an oak-panelled living room, a formal dining room and a gallery. The four-storey townhouse has three bedrooms?including a full-floor master bedroom suite with an enormous dressing room - and three full bathrooms. There's also a lot of outdoor space including a secluded garden courtyard surrounded by tall trees and ivy and a rooftop terrace with a trellis-topped dining area. It's part of the 'Superior Ink' condominium where residents can enjoy an array of luxury amenities such as a gym, yoga and screening rooms, as well as a lounge with a catering kitchen.
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Fashion legend Mark Jacobs is selling his townhouse in New York for $15.995 million. The designer is planning to spend more time with his new husband Char DeFrancesco outside of the city in their newly purchased $9.175 million home in Westchester County, New York. And the couple are reportedly now on the lookout for a smaller pied-r-terre in Manhattan. He bought the West Village home for close to $10.5 million back in 2009 and hired a team of interior architects to create "something smart, sharp, and comfortable." Inside there's an oak-panelled living room, a formal dining room and a gallery. The four-storey townhouse has three bedrooms?including a full-floor master bedroom suite with an enormous dressing room - and three full bathrooms. There's also a lot of outdoor space including a secluded garden courtyard surrounded by tall trees and ivy and a rooftop terrace with a trellis-topped dining area. It's part of the 'Superior Ink' condominium where residents can enjoy an array of luxury amenities such as a gym, yoga and screening rooms, as well as a lounge with a catering kitchen.
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Fashion legend Mark Jacobs is selling his townhouse in New York for $15.995 million. The designer is planning to spend more time with his new husband Char DeFrancesco outside of the city in their newly purchased $9.175 million home in Westchester County, New York. And the couple are reportedly now on the lookout for a smaller pied-r-terre in Manhattan. He bought the West Village home for close to $10.5 million back in 2009 and hired a team of interior architects to create "something smart, sharp, and comfortable." Inside there's an oak-panelled living room, a formal dining room and a gallery. The four-storey townhouse has three bedrooms?including a full-floor master bedroom suite with an enormous dressing room - and three full bathrooms. There's also a lot of outdoor space including a secluded garden courtyard surrounded by tall trees and ivy and a rooftop terrace with a trellis-topped dining area. It's part of the 'Superior Ink' condominium where residents can enjoy an array of luxury amenities such as a gym, yoga and screening rooms, as well as a lounge with a catering kitchen.
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Fashion legend Mark Jacobs is selling his townhouse in New York for $15.995 million. The designer is planning to spend more time with his new husband Char DeFrancesco outside of the city in their newly purchased $9.175 million home in Westchester County, New York. And the couple are reportedly now on the lookout for a smaller pied-r-terre in Manhattan. He bought the West Village home for close to $10.5 million back in 2009 and hired a team of interior architects to create "something smart, sharp, and comfortable." Inside there's an oak-panelled living room, a formal dining room and a gallery. The four-storey townhouse has three bedrooms?including a full-floor master bedroom suite with an enormous dressing room - and three full bathrooms. There's also a lot of outdoor space including a secluded garden courtyard surrounded by tall trees and ivy and a rooftop terrace with a trellis-topped dining area. It's part of the 'Superior Ink' condominium where residents can enjoy an array of luxury amenities such as a gym, yoga and screening rooms, as well as a lounge with a catering kitchen.
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Fashion legend Mark Jacobs is selling his townhouse in New York for $15.995 million. The designer is planning to spend more time with his new husband Char DeFrancesco outside of the city in their newly purchased $9.175 million home in Westchester County, New York. And the couple are reportedly now on the lookout for a smaller pied-r-terre in Manhattan. He bought the West Village home for close to $10.5 million back in 2009 and hired a team of interior architects to create "something smart, sharp, and comfortable." Inside there's an oak-panelled living room, a formal dining room and a gallery. The four-storey townhouse has three bedrooms?including a full-floor master bedroom suite with an enormous dressing room - and three full bathrooms. There's also a lot of outdoor space including a secluded garden courtyard surrounded by tall trees and ivy and a rooftop terrace with a trellis-topped dining area. It's part of the 'Superior Ink' condominium where residents can enjoy an array of luxury amenities such as a gym, yoga and screening rooms, as well as a lounge with a catering kitchen.

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