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Yoko Ono is selling the house she bought with John Lennon

'22.05.2024'

Alina Prikhodko

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The two-story SoHo building that Yoko Ono and the late John Lennon bought in 1971 is on the market for $5,5 million. According to New York Post, you have a unique opportunity to buy not only real estate, but also a piece of history.

Brick, bluestone and terra cotta structure at 496 Broome St. became the legendary couple's first joint home in New York. The couple bought it two years before their famous move to Dakota on the Upper West Side, where Lennon was shot and killed.

Now, 50 years later, Ono, who has retained control of the property since purchasing it, and the couple's son, Sean Ono Lennon, have listed the house with JLL for $5,5 million.

“The Broome Street building was something of a base for their creative endeavors,” Philip Norman, author of John Lennon: A Life, told the publication. In addition, Lennon and Yoko, now 91, were renting an apartment at 105 Bank Street when they bought the Broome Street property.

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Built in 1885, the building features an open-format gallery on the ground floor with 4-story ceilings, an open kitchen and a loft bedroom at the back. On the second floor there is a work room and a recording studio.

“496 Broome St. “This is a unique piece of New York history and culture,” said Paul Smedbeck, who is working on the property with JLL colleague Guthrie Garvin. “The flexible zoning and location in one of the city’s most desirable and trendy areas presents an exciting opportunity to create a one-of-a-kind property.”

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