L'Wren Scott's house has been sold for $6.5 million.

The late fashion designer's Manhattan home where she committed suicide in March last year, following her battle with depression, has been put up for sale for over $2 million less than the original asking price of $8.25 million when it was put up for sale earlier this year, according to the New York Post's Page Six column.

L'Wren - whose full name was Laura Bambrough - bought her home in 2010, which is known as the Sky Garage because the 3,328 square foot duplex is situated on 200 Eleventh Avenue in New York overlooking the Hudson River, and boasts an elevator big enough to take transport to her floor to avoid the prying eyes of fans and paparazzi.

The residence also has three bedrooms, as well as three and a half bathroom units, which are smart-wired, a luxurious master bathroom, which is believed to rival a spa retreat, and a showstopping feature that is the staircase.

And it has been reported despite the slashed retail price, the new tenants will be the new neighbours of actress Nicole Kidman and Keith Urban - who have daughters Faith, five, and Sunday, eight, together - as well as interior designer Jamie Drake who also reside in the property.

And it has previously been reported the creative mastermind left the entire estate to her former long-time partner Sir Mick Jagger - who met L'Wren in 2001 - which is believed to be worth $9 million as reports states he had the right to her businesses, the condo and $1 million worth of her valuables.

Court papers, which were revealed at the time, stated: ''[L'Wren] I give all my jewellery, clothing, household furniture and furnishings, personal automobiles and other tangible articles of a personal nature ... to Michael Philip Jagger.''