Image of Antonio Banderas: Wikimedia Commons
Antonio Banderas has just listed his park-front co-op in the Prasada at 50 Central Park West for $7.95 million. The actor purchased the nine-room co-op for $3.995 million in 2005, with his wife, Melanie Griffith, according to the Wall Street Journal. The couple divorced in 2016 and Banderas, who is starring in the upcoming “Life Itself” with Olivia Wilde and Oscar Isaac, kept the stylish Upper West Side home.
With Central Park in a starring role, this sprawling pre-war classic features 50 feet of picture windows with treetop views one of a trio of Beaux Arts buildings that established Central Park West. The home’s lush living room has a decorative fireplace, custom banquettes and built-in window seating. The living room flows into a dark and seductive formal dining room with a dramatic park facing bay window and a beamed ceiling.
A windowed eat-in kitchen boasts stainless steel appliances from Subzero and Wolf and marble parquet floor tiles.
The home’s sleeping quarters, with four bedrooms and four baths–not pictured, sadly–are separate from the main living quarters for ideal privacy. An additional room can be used for an office, den or staff room.
The elegant Upper West Side building offers a newly-restored elegant lobby, a full-time doorman, an elevator operator, a live-in resident manager, an exercise room and private storage.
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Images courtesy of Corcoran Group.