Being fascinated by the ‘craziness’ of the Big Apple, actor Gerard Butler bought this medieval castle-style double-story loft in Chelsea, Manhattan’s West Side neighborhood, noted for its art galleries, fantastic nightlife, great shopping spots and recreation at the Piers.
The old entertainment legent’s old penthouse has recently put up for sale, so if you fancy partying in the Frank Sinatra – Rat Pack style you can have it for just $ 6 million. Likwise, if you are looking for privacy in Manhattan, paparazzi-free, this is it. After all, the apartment is famous for having been the love nest of J.F.Kennedy and Marilyn Monroe.
Media mogul Rupert Murdoch, 82, executive chairman of News Corp, publisher of The Wall Street Journal and chairman of CEO of 21st Century Fox, has recently come into possession of floors 57 to 60 sprawled over 10,160 square feet and which consists of two independent units: a triplex penthouse covering 6,850 square feet and an apartment made up of three bedrooms just under it. Totalling five bedrooms and 5.5 bathrooms, the penthouse has a 586-square-foot wraparound terrace and a private elevator.
The 12,000-square-foot penthouse in an iconic pre-war hotel, currently Manhattan’s priciest public listing, is $30M more than the city’s latest highest sale. Although some of its important downsides are the fact that, on account of the tower’s east-west orientation, the grand living room’s and the master bedroom’s windows do not overlook Central Park, the late financier and tycoon, Martin Zweig, set a record in 1999 when he purchased it for $21.5M and paid over $30,000 per month in maintenance. Failing to sell it for a $70M price tag in 2004, he withdrew it from the market. Now his widow is trying her luck.
The listing price of this luxury townhouse is $23,000,000.This home has 5,5-stories plus a basement.This luxury home is built very modern,with a classic,but impressive architecture.It boasts 5 bedrooms and 6 bathrooms.The house has all possible … Read more