|Andy Warhol in his Lexington Ave. townhouse living room.|
|Warhol's estate in the Hamptons. The main house is in|
the foreground overlooking the cliffs, while the recently
added horse stables are at the back of the property.
|Andy Warhol's birthplace, the right half of a two-family duplex.|
|The old firehouse at 323 West 21st Street, would appear|
to have been extensively updated since the days when
Warhol and Pearlstein crashed there. It can now be
rented for $33,000 per month.
|Warhol's dining room and studio at 1342 Lexington Ave.|
|A look at the Lexington Ave. floor plan gives some indication|
as to what $60,000 would buy in 1959. The Warhol estate
sold the townhouse in 1989 for $593,000.
|Andy Warhol's fabled "Factory" was also Party Central |
for the New York art World.
|Look what just $38.5-million will buy when a famous artist|
has a red informational plaque by the front door. A silvery
statue of the artist (below) just across the street
helps boost the asking price too.
|The Andy Monument, 2012. The |
shopping bag is from Bloomingdales.
|Andy Warhol's library.|