Disgraced late financier Jeffrey Epstein's famed private islands, Great St. James and Little St. James, are about to hit the market mere months after Ghislaine Maxwell was found guilty for conspiracy to commit sex trafficking of minors.
The sprawling estates are set to be listed for a whopping $125 million, per Wall Street Journal.
The properties located in the U.S. Virgin Islands were long purported to be a key piece in Epstein's sex trafficking schemes, with rumors swirling that he took minor girls as young as 11-years-old to the islands, where they were later sexually abused.
The embattled businessman was later arrested in 2019 and found dead in his jail cell at Manhattan's Metropolitan Correction Center on August 10 of that year before he could face the charges. His death was ruled a suicide by medical examiners.
The larger of the properties, the secluded island of Great St. James, spans 165 acres and is located on the east side of St. Thomas. It is primarily undeveloped and is only home to a few buildings and a marine preserve. According to court records, the businessman shelled out $20 million for the estate.
Little St. James — appropriately named for it's significantly smaller size of the two — is roughly 70 acres, Knewz reported. Its lavish amenities include a gas station, a private dock, a helipad, two swimming pools, a gym, as well as a residential compound and luxurious guest villas.
Epstein purchased Little St. James in 1998 but did not acquire its sister island until 2016, only three years before his death.
Aside from the twin private islands, Epstein also owned properties in New York, Palm Beach, Paris and New Mexico.
His Upper East Side Manhattan home recently sold last year for over $50 million, while his Florida mansion was purchased around the same time by a developer for $18.5 million.