The late businesswoman's lavish home first hit the market in November 2022 for $26.5 million
Ivana Trump's former New York City home is still on the market almost one year later — and it just got a hefty price cut.
Following her tragic death in July 2022 at age 73, the businesswoman's former residence officially hit the market for $26.5 million in November. Almost a year later, the property has been re-listed for $22.5 million and is still seeking a buyer.
It was revealed by the New York City Examiner's Office that Ivana died from falling down the stairs in her home, which resulted in blunt force injuries to her torso. She was pronounced dead on the scene and her death was ruled as an accident.
The home is located in the Lenox Hill neighborhood of Manhattan and features six stories, five bedrooms and five full bathrooms. A gated elevator transports guests throughout the entire townhouse along with the grand, curved staircases.
There are lavish finishes throughout the property, including a crystal chandelier and silk wallpaper on the first floor and a gold-embossed marble fireplace in the second floor living room.
The Versailles-inspired dining room boasts vast windows that overlook the interior courtyard.
On the third floor is the expansive primary bedroom featuring three French doors leading out to the private terrace. The ensuite bathroom is clad in pink onyx marble and includes a double sink and large soaking tub.
Across from the primary bedroom is a home office equipped with leopard-print furniture and an onyx fireplace with gold detailing. A walk-in closet sits adjacent to the office.
The remaining floors feature guest rooms overlooking the lush greenery of 64th Street. The impressive space also boasts a media room and a sauna.
Society columnist R. Couri Hay told PEOPLE that the service "was filled with joy and drenched with tears." In true Ivana fashion, the altar also featured a display of red roses and 73 candles in honor of her life.
Following the Mass, the late businesswoman was laid to rest in Bedminster, New Jersey, in a private plot in the Trump National Golf Club where the former president frequently spends time in the summer.
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