It’s been exactly two years since Demi Moore first listed her incredible San Remo penthouse for $75 million. But after sitting idly on the market for 14 months, she reduced the price way down to $59 million, and The Real Deal now got wind that she’s finally sold the 17-room triplex for an even more reduced $45 million. Despite the major price chop, this is still the biggest sale ever at the iconic Central Park West co-op.
Moore bought the 7,000-square-foot residence in 1990 with ex-husband Bruce Willis (it’s said they paid about $7 million for it) and then proceeded to update it in a “Southwestern Mission motif dominated by cherry wood.” It’s located in the South Tower and boasts a double-height foyer with a grand staircase, a massive crystal chandelier in the dining room, two kitchens, and a 1,500-square-foot, wrap-around bluestone terraces with sweeping views of Central Park. The listing also included a separate maisonette apartment with private entry through the main lobby.
When she first listed the home, Moore told the Times: “We looked at everything on the park, Fifth Avenue, Central Park South and Central Park West, and there was just nothing like it. The location, architecture and history of the San Remo were on a completely different level,” but she decided to sell because she wasn’t spending enough time there and “this apartment is too magnificent not to be lived in full time.” The buyer used the LLC “M2 Trust.”
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Neighborhoods : Upper West Side