Celebrated celebrity photographer Annie Leibovitz (seen here last week with rock icon Debbie Harry) has a West Village compound made up of three townhouses, which she first tried to sell last December for $33 million. She has famously had financial troubles of late and one assumes that she is selling to alleviate said troubles – but who knows? No buyers emerged for the 10,200-square-foot spread, so she relisted it with a new broker for $29.9 million. It’s not by any means the most expensive house in town, or even in the Village, but it’s around the corner from me and I can tell you, it is rare and beautiful. I’ve always wanted to see inside. Here are the basics according to the listing: a 40 foot West Village Townhouse with a contiguous 20 foot guest house meticulously restored and renovated to create one of the most significant residences in Manhattan. With approximately 10,200 square feet this home offers extensive living, office and private guest quarters. The property spans an impressive 110ft on the prime corner of Greenwich and West 11th Street with a stunning south facing gated garden accessible directly from the street. The property boasts 7 Bedrooms, five and a half baths, two guest suites, home offices, library, play room, mud room, private gated garden, finished basement with storage and walk-in safe. Separate guest house. Heaven – if you like that sort of thing. (Photo of Leibovitz; Pacific Coast News, via Corcoran)