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Historic Mansion Where Taylor Swift’s Blank Space Music Video Was Filmed – Sold!

(Photo: Margaret Trautmann, COMPASS)

Although Taylor Swift was busy buying up practically an entire NYC city block in 2014 when she made her Blank Space video using Winfield Hall as one of the elegant backdrops, had it been for sale at the time, it is likely she would have grabbed it as well.  Now busy with more homes than most would care to manage, Winfield Hall, the former Woolworth Mansion on Long Island Sound, slipped through her fingers and recently acquired a new owner.  Previously on the market for $19.95 million, the mansion recently sold for $8.25 million.

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