Chelsea Clinton's $4.48M Flatiron Home Up for Sale

By Julie Shapiro on June 17, 2013 2:32pm | Updated on June 17, 2013 2:44pm

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 Marc Mezvinsky listed the pair's home at 225 Fifth Ave., after the couple bought a new apartment nearby.
Chelsea Clinton's Husband Lists Flatiron Apartment
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MANHATTAN — Chelsea Clinton's husband has put the couple's Flatiron home on the market, just a couple months after the pair snagged a larger apartment nearby, according to a report.

The three-bedroom apartment at The Grand Madison, a landmarked building at 225 Fifth Ave., was put up for sale for $4.48 million by Clinton's husband Marc Mezvinsky, The Real Deal reported.

The home, which Mezvinsky bought for $4 million in 2008, boasts views of Madison Square Park, along with a marble bath, open kitchen and electronic shades, according to The Real Deal.

Mezvinsky and the former first daughter, who married in 2010, recently paid $10.5 million for a four-bedroom apartment just one block away at The Whitman, 21 E. 26th St.

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