Ghislaine Maxwell was living in seclusion in the mountains of New England until justice came knocking at her door Thursday morning.
The British socialite, who went into hiding after the infamous pedophile Jeffrey Epstein was charged with sex trafficking last year, resided in a $1 million luxurious home outside Bradford, New Hampshire.
According to new drone footage obtained by the Post, Maxwell’s estate was secluded along the 5-mile mountain range of the picturesque Mount Sunapee, a major area for hiking and skiing.
The 4,300-square-foot timber frame house sits on 156 acres of land, at the top of a half-mile dirt driveway, making it an ideal location for someone looking to stay out of view.
“It’s where you go to be secluded and it’s where you go if you want to be left alone,” a resident told the Post over the phone.
“Bradford is a town for second and third home owners — you’re rich enough to own a few homes to live there.”
A large stone engraved with the letters “TUCKEDAWAY” stands at the foot of the property, with a locked metal gate blocking the gravel driveway up to the house.
Maxwell, 58, bought the spread in the tiny town in an all-cash deal in December 2019, through what prosecutors called a “carefully anonymous LLC” in court papers filed Thursday.
“From every room there are views of the Mt Sunapee foothills to the west,” says the listing for the home.
The home’s features include a great room “with floor to ceiling fieldstone fireplace, cathedral ceiling, and a spectacular chandelier,” as well as a “fabulous barn for square dances and hoedowns!” the listing says.
Maxwell was ordered locked up in New Hampshire on Thursday pending her transfer to face trial in Manhattan for allegedly recruiting underage girls so they could be sexually abused by her ex-lover, Epstein.