A look back at the Madoff’s luxe real estate

Last week, the five-bedroom Old Westbury, LI, home of Peter Madoff, the brother of Ponzi scheme mastermind Bernie Madoff, sold for $3.5 million — $300,000 above the asking price. To celebrate the occasion – the money is going to victims of the Ponzi scheme — here’s a look back at the Madoff family’s other luxe homes via the New York Post.

975 Park Avenue, No. 6B

In July 2012, Peter Madoff’s wife, Marion, listed their 2,300-square-foot co-op at 975 Park Avenue for $4 million. The Upper East Side home sold for $4.6 million in January 2013.

133 E. 64th Street, No. PHA

Toy tycoon Alfred Kahn and wife Patsy bought the duplex co-op penthouse where Bernie lived during his house arrest for $8 million. In August 2014, the couple sold the home for $14.5 million to real estate investor Lawrence Benenson.

158 Mercer Street, Apt. 4M

Bernie’s son, Mark Madoff, hanged himself in the living room of this apartment at the 158 Mercer Street in 2010. The 4,200-square-foot unit hit the market in 2012, as a $35,000-per-month rental. [NYP] Christopher Cameron

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