Some of the hardest parts of a new home are moving the large furniture. Luckily for those musically inclined you can now purchase the former home of David Bowie and play the piano he left behind located at 160 Central Park South.
According to the NY Post "The three-bedroom pad — where the late rocker and his wife, Iman, lived from 1992 until 2002 — is on the market for $6.5 million. The piano, which has been passed down from owner to owner since the famous couple sold up, is part of the deal.
The grand scaled living room measures 28 feet wide and opens into a stately walnut-paneled office that also faces Central Park - the perfect place from which to close the next big deal, write the next best-selling novel or make into a third bedroom. The pass-thru kitchen is newly renovated and features top of the line appliances.
There are two master-sized bedrooms with beautifully crafted en-suite baths made of custom marble, porcelain and limestone. The master bedroom offers a separate dressing area and extra large bath with separate deep soaking tub, rain shower and heated floors.
Living at Essex House is the perfect blend of residential living and hotel living with every amenity at your fingertips from maid's service to room service. The building also offers nice flexibility in ownership and for investment as it is one of the only condominiums that allows short term rentals and a simple application process.
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The listing brokers are Corcoran’s Bernice Leventhal, Sarah Thompson and Jake Kringdon.
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