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Miranda Priestly’s six-story NYC townhouse from ‘The Devil Wears Prada’ is now on sale for $27 million — see inside

129 E 73rd townhouse New York, NYThe fictional Miranda Priestley’s six-story townhouse is now for sale.

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  • The townhouse owned by Meryl Streep’s character in “The Devil Wears Prada” was listed for $27.5 million on Wednesday.
  • The 12,000 square-foot home boasts, six levels, seven bedrooms, and 10 bathrooms.
  • The property was built in 1907 and renovated in 2005, according to the listing.
A six-story townhouse in the affluent Upper East Side neighborhood of Manhattan was listed for sale this week with a price tag of $27.5 million.129 E 73rd townhouse New York, NY

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The 12,000-square-foot home boasts seven bedrooms, 10 total bathrooms, several outdoor spaces, and a rather famous history.129 E 73rd townhouse New York, NY

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Source: Coldwell Banker

As movie buffs may recognize, the townhouse was home to fictional boss Miranda Priestly in “The Devil Wears Prada.” The role was played by Academy Award-winning actor Meryl Streep in the 2006 film.129 E 73rd townhouse New York, NY

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The listing included photos of the iconic staircase where protagonist Andy Sachs — played by Anne Hathaway — was tasked with dropping off “the book” at Priestly’s home.129 E 73rd townhouse New York, NY

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The townhouse was originally built in 1907 and renovated in 2005, just one year before “The Devil Wears Prada” was released. The home is described as “Neo-Italian Renaissance-style” in the Coldwell Banker listing.129 E 73rd townhouse New York, NY

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Source: Coldwell Banker

The property also features a roof-top mini basketball court with a skylight and a home gym.129 E 73rd townhouse New York, NY

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While the limestone townhouse’s interior is mostly white, there are several blue accents throughout the home. The features are reminiscent of Andy and Priestly’s cerulean sweater scene in the movie.129 E 73rd townhouse New York, NY

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The next owner of the East 73rd Street home will have more than just a famous history to boast about. They’ll also have famous neighbors — like Gloria Steinem, who lives across the street, according to New York Magazine.129 E 73rd St New York, NY

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Source: New York Magazine

Unlike the typical New York City home, this house boast several outdoor spaces including a roof deck, garden, and at least three balconies.129 E 73rd St townhouse New York, NY

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