The Manchester-by-the-Sea home where Ghislaine Maxwell lived to list for $7.3 million

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This photo from 2019 shows the Manchester-by-the-Sea home Ghislaine Maxwell lived in prior to her arrest. Jonathan Wiggs/Globe staff

The waterfront mansion where Jeffrey Epstein confidante Ghislaine Maxwell lived prior to her sex trafficking arrest is coming to the market for $7.295 million, according to a report from The Wall Street Journal.

The beige, clapboard Manchester-by-the-Sea home is located at 301 Summer St., and is owned by Tidewood LLC — the company linked to Maxwell’s estranged partner Scott Borgerson, the Journal reports. It is known as the Phippen-Smith house, according to property and court documents.

The property spans about 6,100 square feet on nearly 1.5 acres, and is part of an enclave known as Sharksmouth, which includes several other homes, according to WSJ. The 5-bedroom home overlooks the water, and comes with access to a coastal path. Maxwell and Borgerson lived together there for a brief time before Maxwell’s July 2020 arrest in New Hampshire, Borgerson told WSJ.

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