Just in case any of the children are curious, the investor, whose identity is shielded by an LLC, sold the townhouse two years later for million to another mysterious person or group whose identity is also hidden behind an inscrutable LLC. That Mister Rothschild would opt to dump his sophisticated and photogenic Manhattan residence doesn’t come as such a surprise to Your Mama given that several sources, including the inestimable real estate yenta Yolanda Yakkettyyak, have told us Mister Rothschild nowadays spends more time on the Left Coast where it is he — and not Banksy, as was originally rumored — who is the actual and much whispered about new owner of the legendary and legendarily idiosyncratic Wolf’s Lair compound set high above the Hollywood Reservoir that architecture appreciating musician Moby sold off for .4 million late last year in a hush-hush off-market deal.The 25-year-old Natalie Portman is reportedly dating 35-year-old British billionaire Nat Rothschild.
However, as was thoughtfully pointed out by mathematically inclined informant, the transfer taxes recorded in publicly accessible deeds and documents suggest the recorded sale price of just over half a million clams is missing a zero at the end.) Online marketing materials and other online resources reveal Mister Rothschild had the 20-foot wide and five-story tall townhouse did up and fully customized at great expense over a five-year period by accomplished English architect David Chipperfield with crisply tailored and luxuriously understated interiors by London-based designer-decorator David Mlinaric.
The small and shady but sumptuous rear garden was worked over by landscape designer Miranda Brooks.
(Sliding panels just off the garden level dining room open to a slightly more convenient service kitchen/wet bar.) In addition to the roomy dining room that opens to the rear garden though a bank of glass doors, there are three additional and casually svelte lounging and entertainment spaces on the upper floors that include a parlor level living room and a combination den/library on the third floor with jewel-toned furnishings and extraordinary stretches of book-filled floating shelves that extend from the ebony wide plank wood floors to the decadently chatoyant ceiling.
Mister Rothshild’s townhouse is just a few doors down from another townhouse that was owned for about three decades by Robert De Niro, who sold it to an investor in June 2012 for $9.5 million.
The Illuminati have been working behind the scenes for decades creating the actors to play the roles. To have both candidates operating under their interests whilst systematically pitting the entire nation against each other, creating the chaos they need to push their New World Order agenda closer to completion.