Collect Gian Enzo Sperone’s West Village Home for $10.9 M.

Those windows are massive.
Exposed support beams. How artsy.
Even the bedroom is an art gallery!
Advertisement
You could add ten more of those tables with chairs and still have room.
One word: amazing.

An art collector’s dream apartment has hit the market in the West Village.

The three story apartment at 43 Clarkson Street has been put on the market for $10.9 million dollars, according to Curbed. The 70-year old Italian art dealer Gian Enzo Sperone, the person that brought New York pop art to Europe in the 1970s, put his home on the market with Prudential Douglass Elliman earlier this week. That huge price does not include any of the stunning art inside—though make the right deal, and it could probably be yours.

It’s a 3 bedroom and 3.5-bath triplex spanning 5,700 square feet with massive rooms, 18 foot ceilings and large windows—we thought natural light was bad for art. The second story does not connect to the third because it is a gallery with two offices. The broker notes in the listingf that the second and third could easily be combined and the offices can be converted to bedrooms.

Buyers beware: you need to be a serious collector to do the apartment justice.

All images are courtesy of Gotham Photo Company.

mewing@observer.com

Must Reads

We noticed you're using an ad blocker.

We get it: you like to have control of your own internet experience.
But advertising revenue helps support our journalism.

To read our full stories, please turn off your ad blocker.

We'd really appreciate it.

How Do I Whitelist Observer?

How Do I Whitelist Observer?

Below are steps you can take in order to whitelist Observer.com on your browser:

For Adblock:

Click the AdBlock button on your browser and select Don't run on pages on this domain.

For Adblock Plus on Google Chrome:

Click the AdBlock Plus button on your browser and select Enabled on this site.

For Adblock Plus on Firefox:

Click the AdBlock Plus button on your browser and select Disable on Observer.com.

Then Reload the Page