Much has been said about the stunning five-story townhouse that Ivana Trump, who passed away back in July at the age of 73, lived in for three decades—and for good reason: the home, which Donald Trump's ex-wife bought for $2.5 million back in 1992, exudes opulence at every corner.
Folks are now able to actually see inside of the Upper East Side mansion at 10 East 64th Street right by Central Park, as Trump's children—Eric, Ivanka and Donald Jr.—have listed it for $26.5 million that will be split among them.
Although the 8,725-square-foot townhouse, currently a listing of both the Modlin Group and Douglas Elliman, is being shown with its former owner's furniture still in place (expect loads of gold and animal prints), there's a lot missing inside, including a proper kitchen.
Here is what the home does boast, though: a Versailles-inspired dining room with floor-to-ceiling windows overlooking an interior private courtyard, a beautiful office complete with a gold fireplace, a total of five bedrooms, a huge basement with a contemporary Swedish sauna and a media room on the first floor. Talk about real estate porn.
Below, scroll through some photos from inside of the home: