Bette Midler and Martin von Haselberg listed their NYC penthouse for $50 Million almost a year ago. The house stretches itself over 7,000 square feet. The penthouse boasts six bedrooms. Finally, they have found a buyer for the house that was listed a year ago. The couple listed the mansion $50 Million, and they have found a potential buyer. On April 14, 2021, the deal was closed, according to the website of the listing agent. However, the listing agent hasn’t commented yet. It is getting to be considered as the biggest closed deal in Manhattan since the COVID-19 pandemic has engulfed the world.
The penthouse is extravagant and lavish. It boasts a living room, library, and dining room, as per the listing. There’s also a private elevator that leads to the gallery. It leads to the 70-foot long entertaining space. There’s also a double-sized living room in the house. The house also comes with an ear-in-kitchen space. On the top floor of the house, there’s a 13-foot ceiling in the library. There’s also a wood-burning fireplace in the house as well. The library comes with floor-to-ceiling bookcases.
The building was constructed in the 1920s and was built in Neo-Renaissance style by architect Emery Roth. No comments have not yet been made by the owners or the new buyer of the property. However, the penthouse comes with all the amenities that everyone needs and dreams of. The house is located in an upscale area of Manhattan, New York City (NYC).
Bette Midler’s Manhattan penthouse finds a buyer for $50 Million. The couple has finally found a potential buyer, as they listed the house a year ago in 2020. It is said to be the biggest deal in Manhattan, NYC, since the pandemic engulfed the world. The dup owned the penthouse at 1125 Fifth Avenue since the 1990s. The penthouse occupies the top three floors of the Carnegie Hill building. It gives a view of the central park and Manhattan skyline. The house also comes with 3,000 square feet of landscaped terraces.