Donald Trump’s late ex-wife’s stunning home is up for sale – for ten times what she bought it for.
Ivana – who died last July, aged 73 – bought it for £2million ($2.5million) after divorcing the former US President in 2002.
But the luxury townhouse has now been put on the market by her estate for a whopping £21.5million ($26.5million) just 21 years later.
Located in Manhattan, New York, the six-story, 8,725-sq ft home is decorated with gold leaf, crystal chandeliers, pink marble and animal-print wall coverings.
A sweeping, curved marble staircase leads to the second floor entertainment level.
There are soaring ceilings, gilded fireplaces, and a sumptuous Versailles-inspired dining room with floor-to-ceiling windows looking out onto the private interior courtyard.
An old fashioned, birdcage-style elevator leads to the upper floors.
The third level is devoted to the spectacular main suite complete with a painted mural, a leopard-print library and a private terrace.
It also includes a media room, two offices and basement sauna.
The limestone townhouse was built in 1879.
The property, as revealed by TopTenRealEstates.com is directly across from the former mansion of Ivana’s friend Donnatella Versace and walking distance from Central Park and the posh shops of Madison Avenue.
It is in the Upper East Side and is one of Manhattan’s poshest neighbourhoods.
Other celebs who live nearby include Mariah Carey, Rickey Martin, Samuel L. Jackson, Mia Farrow and Drew Barrymore.
Former model Ivana – mother of Ivanka, Donald Jr and Eric Trump, – was survived by her mother, her three children and ten grandchildren.
The listing is held by J. Roger Erickson of Douglas Elliman.