See inside the $11 million duplex of rock 'n' roll legend Keith Richards

Rock ‘n’ roll legend selling NYC penthouse for $11 million

A rock 'n' roll legend is selling his Manhattan penthouse, listing it for just under $11 million.

Rolling Stones founding member Keith Richards and his wife, Patti Hansen, are selling their Greenwich Village duplex at One Fifth Avenue, which they've owned since 2014.

Living Room
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The musician's pied-a-terre is actually three units combined into one. The now super-sized unit is 2,700 square feet with panoramic views of Manhattan's Greenwich Village.

For even more space, a wall slides open to reveal the rock star's secret lounge area.

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Steps away is the master suite with a walk-in closet for him, another for her, and a modern master bath with steam shower.

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One level up is the music legend's family room, which is sandwiched between two more bedrooms with what else, but a tribute to rock 'n' roll.

Rock ‘n’ roll bedroom
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"Not only would you be owning some real estate in one of the most premiere buildings of all of New York City, but you'd also be owning a part of rock 'n' roll history," said Douglas Elliman broker Adam Widener, who has the listing.

Family room
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The Rolling Stones guitarist reportedly purchased the unit in 2014 for $10.5 million.

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One Fifth Avenue was built in the late 1920s as an Art Deco hotel. In 1986, it was converted to a cooperative apartment building where approximately 180 units exist today.

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