Triplex in building where Heath Ledger died breaks record when sold for R$ 270 million

The triplex in a New York building in which the actor Heath Ledger died was sold for US$ 49 million, about R$ 270 million at the current price, according to the newspaper New York Post.

Located in Soho, the property has the most expensive sale in central New York, according to the website. Victim of an accidental overdose of prescription drugs, Heath died at age 28 in an apartment in the same building. According to the press, the Joker interpreter paid US$ 25,000, around R$ 135,000 per month in rent.

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The newly sold triplex went on sale for $65 million in early 2018 and traded for $35 million in 2020, according to the New York Post. The new sale brought in $14 million in profit for the former owners.

The new triplex, however, did not have its identity revealed, with only the sale informed, in that it is a technology magnate, who currently lives in Palo Alto, California, on the other side of the North American country. The property has oak floors and marble walls, as well as an elevator, fireplaces and more than 20 closets.

The property also features a private gym, fireplace, kitchen, fountain and outdoor bathroom, and the terrace overlooks Manhattan.

The actor even won a posthumous Oscar in the category of Best Supporting Actor for playing the Joker in Batman the dark knight (2008), directed by Christopher Nolan. Ledger was also nominated for Best Actor in 2006 for starring in The Secret of Brokeback Mountain (2005).

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