WSJ: Epstein’s Private Islands Go On Sale For $125M

The Insider reports:

Two private islands in the Caribbean owned by late financier Jeffrey Epstein are hitting the market for $125 million. The news was reported on Tuesday by The Wall Street Journal, which verified the listing with an attorney for the Epstein estate and the islands’ listing agents.

Little St. James — believed to have been Epstein’s primary residence — is also known for its lush, sprawling properties. Features include a flamingo-stocked lagoon, a villa-style compound, a library, a cinema, a detached bathhouse, and cabanas.

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