Mystery buyer nabs massive NYC mansion, sets price record

Mystery buyer nabs massive NYC mansion, sets price record

It is no thriller why a very well-heeled anonymous purchaser spent major on this historic

It is no thriller why a very well-heeled anonymous purchaser spent major on this historic Upper West Facet pile. It is substantial.

The 6-story, 20-foot-vast, 10,000-sq.-foot Queen Anne-design and style mansion at 248 Central Park West just offered for $26 million. That is a lot less than its $30 million talk to — but even now an Upper West Side townhouse history.

Resources say that the purchaser is “a New York relatives.”

Built by developer William Noble in 1887, right now the renovated unfold has its personal heated lap pool, as nicely as six bedrooms, substantial ceilings, oversize home windows, two skylights, four Juliet balconies with wrought-iron balustrades, a landscaped garden and a landscaped roof-deck overlooking Central Park.

Other aspects involve a grand staircase, an elevator, 5 ornamental marble fire mantels, decorative ceilings, parquet floors, a chef’s kitchen area, a complete-flooring key bed room, and two floors of “formal entertaining” areas.

In the basement, there is an 1,875-sq.-foot “wellness center” with a lap pool, Jacuzzi, sauna and hydrotherapy steam shower.

The key purchaser has 10,000 square toes of new luxury to love.
The Corcoran Team
A pool inside the building.
There’s a lap pool inside of the Central Park abode’s spa-like basement.
The Corcoran Group
A dining area inside the home.
The townhouse has a chef’s kitchen.
The Corcoran Group
A bedroom inside the 248 Central Park West home.
A single of the home’s six bedrooms.
The Corcoran Team

The limestone and brick facade boasts bas-reduction sandstone carvings, balcony grills and a wrought-iron entrance gate.

There is even a limestone fountain in the backyard “inspired” by Central Park’s Bethesda Fountain, notes the listing from Corcoran’s Ileana Lopez-Balboa and Deanna Kory.

Compass broker Charlie Attias repped the purchaser.