Pop superstar Taylor Swift’s former West Village rental has finally found a buyer — at less than half its original asking price.
Swift loved the charming carriage house at 23 Cornelia Street enough to rent it for $ 39,500 a month back in 2016, when she was renovating part of her $ 50 million compound on Franklin Street in TriBeCa.
By 2017, the 21-foot-wide brick home, which was built in 1912, was on the market for a grand $ 24.5 million. It closed for $ 11.5 million. The seller, David Aldea, bought it for $ 5.3 million in 2005.
The listing brokers were Corcoran’s Deborah Grubman, Laurence Carty and Markus Buchmeier.
Over the years, Aldea modernized the home and added a private garage and a pool. The 5500-square-foot space comes with four bedrooms, five baths, and two half baths.
Details include double height ceilings, three fireplaces, and hardwood floors. The pool area also has double height ceilings, and a chandelier.
In addition, the home features a chef’s kitchen and a dining room with “antique bricks from Paris,” a Murano chandelier and Lalique light fixtures, according to the listing — along with an Instagram-worthy roof terrace with city views.