Michael Douglas and Catherine Zeta-Jones have listed their sprawling Central Park West co-op for a whopping $21.5 million — lower than two years after buying a riverfront home in Westchester County, The Post reported.
However prepare for a hefty HOA charge upward of $21,000 per thirty days.
Made up of 4 bedrooms and 6 loos, the unit occupies your complete entrance of the historic 1908 Central Park West constructing with unobstructed park views.
Pegged as a “quintessential New York Metropolis condominium,” the residence is designed with interval particulars, excessive ceilings and grand rooms, in response to the itemizing.
Options embrace a lounge drenched in daylight and a wood-paneled library with one among two wood-burning fireplaces. The primary eating room has a second fire and an eat-in chef’s kitchen.
Facilities embrace a powder room, a moist bar with wine storage and a nook foremost suite consisting of a big bed room and a sitting space with an ensuite marble bathtub and two dressing rooms.
It additionally holds employees quarters with a full bathtub and laundry.
Situated within the Kenilworth constructing, the residence is taken into account a white glove, full-service constructing with an attended elevator and resident supervisor.
In 2019, the couple moved right into a $4.5 million, 12,000-square-foot Gatsby-esque manor home in Irvington, shortly after promoting their Bedford Corners mansion for almost $20.5 million.
The duo has lengthy presided over a world portfolio of luxurious houses together with a home in Zeta-Jones’ hometown of Swansea, Wales, a walled compound in Bermuda that has been on and off the market over time and a 10-bedroom compound on the Spanish island of Majorca, co-owned by Douglas’ ex-wife Diandra Douglas.
Serena Boardman of Sotheby’s Worldwide Realty holds the itemizing.