Have you ever wanted to live like the stars? Well, now you can. Located on Manhattan’s Upper West Side, you can now own the penthouse apartment that Barbara Streisand lived in for over 40 years, as well as some of Hollywood’s most well-known stars including Lorenz Hart, a lyricist, and Amy Schumer.
Priced at a whopping $11.25 million, and located at 320 Central Park West, this 6,236 square-foot luxury duplex penthouse overlooks Central Park, the Reservoir, and Manhattan, and even has its own private elevator.
Check out this massive floor plan:
The first floor of this luxury penthouse has two bedrooms, two bathrooms plus a room that currently serves as a library but could be converted to a third bedroom easily. The first floor also boasts a TV den, living room, and entertainment space complete with a 450-bottle wine closet.
The master bedroom and bathroom are located on the second floor, as are multiple irrigated terraces, one of which wraps around the building on the northeast- and west-facing sides.
Possibly the best part about the penthouse is that its kitchen is exactly the way Barbara Streisand left it when she sold the apartment 18 years ago. With the exception of updates for modern appliances, that is.
Throw in the zoned central air conditioning, wood-burning fireplaces in the master bedroom and library, and other amazing amenities and you have a penthouse fit for a star. Plus, because it is a full-service co-op, it can accommodate exercise buffs in its fitness center and children in its playroom, and it even allows pets.
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Views of the building, and from the terraces overlooking Central Park and the reservoir:
The impressive living space:
And lastly, images of two of the bedrooms, and a bath:
In addition to its $11.25 million price tag, the buyer will also be responsible for a maintenance bill that will set them back some $12,000 per month. This is said to cover building staff and upkeep, taxes, and interest on the mortgage.
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