Tuesday, November 20, 2012

Madonna Selling Central Park West Apartment for $23.5 Million

NyPo reports:
The Material Girl’s apartment is up for sale for $23.5 million.

Madonna’s co-op at 41 Central Park West – along 64th Street – was placed on the buying block today, the Post has learned.

It’s a duplex on the fifth and sixth floors that contains more than 6,000 square feet -- with nearly 110 feet of windows facing Central Park.

The exclusive pad comes with two great rooms that have Juliet balconies, five large wood burning fireplaces, four separate bedroom wings, eight baths, a Chef's eat-in- kitchen, and ceilings higher than 10 feet, according to the listing.

Nypo continues:
The apartment has also been the subject of some controversy, The Post has previously reported.
The pop icon settled a lawsuit with her upstairs neighbor, Karen George in 2011. The suit charged that Madonna blasted music and danced too loudly, and that the co-op board didn’t try to stop the problem. 
Madonna moved out of the building last year and moved in to an East Side townhouse.
There are 15 rooms and 6 bedrooms and 8 bathrooms.

According to the realtor:
The apartment is meticulously designed to accord both privacy and expansive entertaining in equal measure, every aspect of this home is impeccable. Particular respect has been paid to preserving the integrity of the building's aesthetic. The Great rooms on both levels are set off by wide Juliet balconies with French doors opening onto the Park, large wood burning fireplaces, and all the distinctive features associated with this historical cooperative. The layout offers four separate bedroom wings, six to seven bedrooms including a stunning master bedroom suite, endless closet space, eight sumptuous baths, five wood-burning fireplaces, an elegant formal dining room on the park, an exquisitely appointed Chef's eat-in- kitchen with windowed library/dining room. Central air-conditioning, state of the art sound and humidifier system, 10'3 ceilings and gleaming oak floors throughout. From the moment of entry, one recognizes that this is a romantic and significant home and truly a rare opportunity in one of Manhattan's most beloved and distinctive buildings.

1 comment:

  1. Breaking news: The Keynesians have finally after 5 years of meddling fixed the liquidity trap for the rich.

    Krugman, Soros, Roubini, Stiglitz, Bernanke and Obama must be celebrating in the streets.