Convicted sex trafficker Ghislaine Maxwell now lives in a jail cell, but her estranged husband is now selling their marital abode near Boston.
Scott Borgerson is listing for sale the former love nest at Manchester-By-The-Sea at more than $7million.
“She was here years ago, but actually left when this thing started to rear its ugly head — her situation from conduct decades ago,” Borgeson told The Wall Street Journal of Maxwell.
The Metropolitan Detention Center is a long way from the grand mansions 60-year-old Maxwell has previously called home.
- Headington Hill Hall, Oxford
- Jeffrey Epstein’s New York Mansion
- Maxwell’s Manhattan Town Home
- The London Mews House
- Her New York Penthouse (rumoured to have been bought for her by billionaire Ted Waitt)
- Manchester-By-the-Sea historic home
- The New Hampshire property where she was arrested in 2020.
The Manchester by the Sea property, owned by her estranged husband, is one of many places where Maxwell has laid her head over the years.
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It was the scene of many an ostentatious party and Sunday lunches where the man of the house would verbally abuse everyone at the table.
What’s not to like?!?!
It’s now part of Oxford University.
Jeffrey Epstein’s Creepy Mansion in Manhattan
Maxwell’s distinctive interior design is also apparent in Epstein’s den of depravity at East 71st Street.
She lived there from about approximately 1992 until she later moved in 2000 to her own house nearby at 116 East 65th Street.
The Manhattan Townhome
This house previously belonged to Lyn Forrester de Rothschild, who was the person who introduced Epstein to lawyer Alan Dershowitz. (Well that’s what Dersh told the Epstein Netflix documentary.)
Maxwell bought the home in 2000 for just under $million and sold it in around 2015 for $17million.
Maxwell really went to town here with her interesting decor choices.
The Beaux Arts-style property, which dates back to 1910 and is located between Park and Lexington Aves., has 12 rooms, including six bedrooms, nine wood-burning fireplaces, an elevator, a media room and library with a built-in projector and surround sound, a home office, a chef’s kitchen with granite countertops, and a landscaped garden.Source: The New York Daily News
If you want to know who Maxwell really is, this house is the physical representation.
I am not a psychologist, but I know ugly when I see it.
The London Mews House
Her UK base was in one of the best spots in London, in Belgravia. It’s also across the road from a pub and walking distance to Hyde Park.
This was the residence where Virginia Roberts Giufree said she was assaulted by Prince Andrew on March 10, 2001.
Maxwell sold it recently to pay her legal fees. A UK property developer bought it at a discount at for £1.75million.
New York Penthouse (rumoured to have been bought for her by billionaire Ted Waitt)
This is a story we were told by the comic Tom Arnold. According to him, Maxwell briefly lived in the penthouse once owned by Rupert Murdoch (she was there for possibly days in 2011).
Here’s where the story gets depressing. It turns out Waitt bought the property for his girlfriend?and the couple broke up one week after closing. While we would’ve hung onto the apartment, Waitt apparently felt differently. He’s found a buyer, according to the Observer.Curbed.com
Is this the reason for the break up? It seems 2011 was not Maxwell’s year.
Manchester-By-the-Sea historic home
Maxwell soon rebounded into the arms of a married former coast guard officer, Scott Borgerson.
She bunked down with him in an historic mansion in Manchester-By-the-Sea, much to the annoyance of their neighbours.
The local disputes flared into legal action in 2020, which was also not Maxwell’s best year.
Because she was arrested.
Maxwell and Borgerson renovated the property and he said the work was at a cost of $2.5million.
Check this out. It’s Ghislaine’s penchant for red again. This time demonstrated through earrings and a coral lamp.
This is where our story of privilege and luxury ends because Maxwell was arrested here in 2020, near Bradford New Hampshire.
She bought the house in December 2019 using a fake name and told the agent she was a journalist.
Like it’s namesake, the $1million property was well and truly tucked away.
I wonder if she misses it?