The pair instead purchased an 8,000 square foot townhouse in the ultra-exclusive Turtle Bay Gardens historic district in NYC. Midtown Manhattan doesn't normally conjure images of grandiose glamour, but this group of 20 homes share a spectacular communal garden.
The townhouse itself is nothing quaint either. Seven fireplaces, a ballroom, an elevator, private garden and studio are weaved throughout the Tuscan-inspired interior they bought for $13.5 million from the previous owner, painter David Deutsch.
The next question is how they'll plan on decorating. We're going to go on a limb and say that Mary-Kate is probably not a Restoration Hardware girl.