If you’re the ultimate Swiftie looking for a new home, we may have found the perfect place for you! You just need $3.7 million to spare. Yup, that’s the price of the three-bedroom duplex in Union Square that was used as the backdrop for Taylor Swift‘s iconic polaroids from her 1989 album.
Curbed broke the news, explaining the current seller of the corner loft is the daughter of billionaire and San Francisco Giants owner Charles Johnson, Sarah Johnson. Apparently, in order to construct the two-story unit, Johnson had to buy and combine the third and fourth floor apartments in a year-long renovation.
Yet, according to broker Shane Boyle, Tannaz Hazemi was in ownership of the apartment during the time of the 1989 polaroid shoot, which she had helped with. However, new owner Johnson has apparently preserved some of the same elements photographed in the polaroid nine years later. For example, the same exact door laden with the lyrics “IF YOU LEAVE ME I’M COMING WITH YOU” as seen in the polaroids is still there today.
Beyond the recognizable door, the unit for sale has unique and luxurious features like a Tiffany blue vintage refrigerator, a custom island, a Murphy bed, a copper tub, and a spiral staircase that connects the living room to the primary suite.
The 12-story apartment building, known as the MacIntyre Building, is located at 874 Broadway. The necessary down payment for the property comes to $740,000, according to the listing.
But since the apartment’s out of budget for most fans, at least they can get excited to stream the re-release of 1989 come October 27th.