Demi Moore‘s ritzy New York City penthouse—playfully nicknamed “the last unicorn of Manhattan”—has officially hit the market for a dizzying $75 million.
Nestled in the landmarked San Remo building along Central Park West, the six-bedroom, five-and-a-half-bath triplex spans the top floors of the residential’s south tower.
Accompanied by a two-bedroom, two-bath, lobby-level “maisonette” (which has its own private entryway), the luxe residence—PH26C—boasts bluestone wraparound terraces that envelope it on nearly all sides, overlooking the City’s skyline, Central Park, and the George Washington Bridge. The 36-by-22-foot living room alone showcases three exposures, including over 20 feet of frontage with views of the boat pond.
The acclaimed Hollywood actress—best known for her roles in films such as A Few Good Men, Indecent Proposal, and the blockbuster hit Ghost—originally purchased the home from Saturday Night Fever producer Robert Stigwood in 1990 alongside her then-husband Bruce Willis (with whom she has three children), according to the New York Times.
If granted its initial asking, the 14-room penthouse—which features interiors touting a “Southwestern Mission motif dominated by cherry wood”—not only stands to become the most expensive co-op ever sold in the San Remo (easily topping the current record-holder, which sold for $26.4 million last year), but also in the Upper West Side. Located between 74th and 75th streets at 145-146 Central Park West, the San Remo—designed by renowned late architect Emery Roth—has been called home by countless A-listers, including Steve Jobs (who unloaded a north tower penthouse he owned but never lived in) to Bono in 2008.
President of Modlin Group Adam D. Modlin—who describes the private perch as “a mansion in the clouds”—currently holds the celebrity listing, whose priced he determined based on recent co-op sales at other prestigious addresses such as 960 Fifth Avenue, 834 Fifth, and 740 Park.
Photos and details courtesy of the New York Times