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Mansion from Taylor Swift’s iconic music video sells for £6million – see inside

Taylor Swift used Winfield Hall as the location for her ‘Blank Space’ music video, and now the stunning mansion has just sold for £6.15million ($8.25million) in New York

Taylor Swift used the mansion for her music video
Taylor Swift used the mansion for her music video “Blank Space”.

A villa featured in a Taylor Swift music video has just sold for £6.15 million ($8.25 million).

It means that numbing property is a real piece of pop history, as well as a valuable piece of real estate when you have that kind of cash.

The stunning home is located in Long Island, New York, and Taylor Swift Fans will no doubt recognize it from the MTV award winner blank space Video.

In the video, the pop star can be seen living in the fairytale building and playing house with model Sean O’Pry.

The mansion provided the backdrop for several scenes, including Taylor in the dining room with a huge chandelier, wood-paneled ceiling and white marble fireplace.







The property is officially called Winfield Hall or Woolworth Mansion
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A separate shot showed Swift singing next to an ornate fireplace, cheeks smeared with tears, in a leopard print dress.

Built in 1917, the mansion is officially known as Winfield Hall – but is sometimes also called the Woolworth Mansion, as it was designed by Frank Winfield Woolworth.

The lucky new owner will have a total of 56 rooms including 12 bedrooms, 9.5 bathrooms and 16 fireplaces. There is a total of 16.4 hectares of terrain.







Taylor Swift fans may recognize the large room
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There’s also a marble butterfly staircase that would have cost around $2 million to build when it was first built, among other extravagant decorative touches like a fireplace and cathedral ceilings.

Finally, there is a 15,000 square foot clock tower with enough space to store 11 cars that was previously used for staff housing and office space.

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The interior is elaborately decorated
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The chandelier in Taylor Swift’s video
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When first built, the mansion was considered the largest house in the entire United States – it was designed by famed architect CPH Gilbert.

It was previously auctioned off in July 2021 and had an asking price of $19.95 million – meaning it sold as a bargain for the new owners.

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There are a total of 56 rooms in this mansion
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In addition to being used as a home and music video set, Winfield Hall also served as a modeling and flight attendant school for young women in the 1960s.

The manor house is one of the last well-preserved properties from the gilding period and was listed as a historical monument by Margaret Trautmann.

The listing, which has now been closed, reads: “History and charm await you at the historic Woolworth Estate/Winfield Hall.







The property sold for just over $8 million
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“Beautifully situated on over 16 acres with formal lawns, tiered patios and a large 17,000 sq ft coach house.

“This 30,000 square foot marble property showcases the architectural brilliance of the Gold Coast with luxurious interior architectural craftsmanship.

“Restricted commercial zoning opportunity. A tremendous luxury living opportunity on the North Shore.”

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