Pack your bags and head to Cornelia Street, Taylor Swift fans.
Swifties who couldn’t score a ticket this week to one of her Eras shows can still connect with their favorite pop star by renting – for $45,000 a month – her former home on the New York City street made famous by her song “Cornelia Street,” People magazine reports.
The West Village home is currently being used as a showroom by Zanotta, an Italian furniture company, the outlet says.
Laurence Carty, Irene Lo and Jennifer Rahilly of the Corcoran Group are the listing agents.
The 21-foot-wide, 5,400-square-foot townhouse built in 1870 has four bedrooms, five full bathrooms, two powder rooms, an eat-in kitchen, an indoor pool, three gas fireplaces and hardwood floors, according to Mansion Global.
And there’s also the connection to Swift, who rented the residence in 2016 for $38,000 a month while her Tribeca apartment was being renovated. Cornelia Street inspired the eponymous song — about falling in love on the block — that was released on Swift’s 2019 album “Lover.”
“We bless the rains on Cornelia Street/Memorize the creaks in the floor/Back when we were card sharks, playing games,” she sings in one verse.
The townhouse likely won’t spur as much interest as Swift’s concert tickets, which went on sale this week.
The demand for Eras tour ducats was so high, Ticketmaster’s website crashed, leading to the cancellation of general sales, drawing consternation from the artist, Swifties and lawmakers, Reuters reports.
At least one ticket on the secondary market was being offered for $45,000, one month’s rent on Cornelia Street, Mansion Global said.
Swift is known for making a splash in the real estate market.
Her Pennsylvania childhood home where she first picked up a guitar went on the market earlier this year for $1 million.
She also paid a record-setting $17.75 million for her Rhode Island home, the highest price ever paid for a residential property in both Watch Hill and Washington County.
— Ted Glanzer
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