Bette Midler finally finds buyer for multi-million-dollar penthouse
Bette Midler and her husband, Martin von Haselberg, have been able to offload their Manhattan penthouse after it was on the market for more than a year.
While the agreed-upon price still remains a mystery – anything close to Ms. Midler’s ask would make it the largest closing price in Manhattan since COVID-19 began.
The pre-war co-op at 1125 Fifth Avenue has been in possession of Midler and von Haselberg sine the 1990s.
With views overlooking Central Park, the reservoir, and the Manhattan skyline – it is no wonder why the 14-room penthouse dominated the property industry.
The home has six bedrooms and occupies three floors of the Carnegie Hill building, along with an enchanting, landscaped terrace.
Not only does the future buyer get to come to an expansive home in the heart of NYC, but they get to do so with their own private elevator.
Filled with 1920s charm, the home still takes on its traditional Neo-Renaissance style, while still keeping up with the modern-contemporary design with all the bells and whistles to match.
A 70-foot-long entertaining space with a double-sized living room, a dining room and an eat-in kitchen are all magnificent features of the home.
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