Pedophile Jeffrey Epstein’s demolished mansion sold for $ 26 million

The former mansion that belonged to Jeffrey Epstein changed hands in a surprise move, shortly after it was reduced to rubble.

In recent months we told you that developer Todd Michael Glaser had purchased the abandoned mansion of pedophile Jeffrey Epstein to demolish it and build another residence in its place. However, his plans fell apart when he could not execute the architectural project he had in mind.

Despite that setback, it was not all bad news for the famed developer, who recently managed to get rid of what was left of the property and did so at a great price, having sold it for $25,845,000.

The figure received by Glaser is higher than the one he paid last March when he paid $18 million for the property where Epstein committed some of his most heinous crimes in Palm Beach.

According to The Wall Street Journal, the new owner is businessman David Skok, and it is not known, so far, what his plans for the place will be.

Before being reduced to rubble, the house had an extension of 8,000 square feet, six bedrooms, and 7.5 bathrooms.

It also had a kitchen, dining room, living room, and study, a swimming pool in the backyard area, a staff house with three bedrooms, a pool house, and green areas, among other spaces.

The property, located on a one-acre lot with beautiful views of the Atlantic Intracoastal Waterway, was purchased by Jeffrey Epstein in 1990 for $2.5 million.