123 and 125 East 10th street are two neighboring townhouses located in Manhattan’s East Village—and both are linked to renaissance woman Mary-Kate Olsen and her husband, French banker Olivier Sarkozy (the half brother of former French President Nicolas Sarkozy).
Sarkozy owned 123 East 10th Street before he married Olsen in 2015, however the couple never lived there. Instead, they rented 125 East 10th Street until they ended up buying and moving into their current home in Turtle Bay Gardens.
Now, the neighboring East Village homes are on the market separately—with the option to buy and combine both houses into one $16 million mansion, which would reportedly create one of the largest private gardens in Manhattan.
123 East 10th Street
The five-story townhouse at 123 East 10th Street features ten rooms and approximately 4,200 square feet of living space. In addition to a spacious eat-in kitchen that leads out to a private backyard garden, the home features a parlor floor with classic crown moldings, original wood-burning fireplaces, and a full-floor master suite. The current owners are artist Aaron Young and his French-born wife, Laure Hériard Dubreuil, who is the founder and CEO of luxury retailer The Webster.
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125 East 10th Street
Spanning 4,200 square feet, 125 East 1oth Street is currently configured as a five-bedroom, four-and-a-half-bathroom residence. The single-family home has undergone several recent updates, including a new kitchen and renovated bathrooms. The townhouses are located in the St. Mark’s Historic District.
123 E. 10th Street is currently listed for $7,695,000 by Mark Amadei and Jonathan Hettinger of Sotheby’s International Realty. 125 E. 10th Street is currently listed for $8,300,000 by Jason Haber and Nicole Durosko of Warburg Realty.
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