Barbra Streisand’s Former Central Park Penthouse Asks $11.25M

Barbra Streisand’s Former Central Park Penthouse Asks $11.25M

By Kathryn M.
The legendary singer and actress called this light-filled duplex home for over 30 years.

Overlooking Central Park in the Art Deco Ardsley building designed by architect Emery Roth, the four-bedroom penthouse that Barbra Streisand lived in for over 30 years has hit the market.

Featuring 3,670 square feet of interior space and 2,500 square feet of wraparound terraces, the residence also includes a private elevator, a 450-bottle wine closet, three wood-burning fireplaces—and incredible city views to top it all off. With spacious rooms and ceiling heights ranging from 10 to 12 feet throughout, the apartment has a capacious feel with plenty of room to entertain. Scroll ahead for a look at the elegant abode, which is currently listed for $11,250,000. 

Located on 92nd Street at 320 Central Park West, the duplex penthouse sits in the tower of the Ardsley building, which was designed by acclaimed architect Emery Roth.

Before Barbra Streisand moved into the 3,670-square-foot apartment, the residence served as the home of lyricist Lorenz Hart. Here is a look at the living room, which is just off the gallery.

The flowing spaces in the home make it ideal for entertaining. 

Right off the foyer is an inviting den, which also houses a spectacular corner library. The home's 27 windows allow plenty of sunlight to flood in throughout the space.

In total, the penthouse has four bedrooms, including a private master suite which sits on the building's top level. The apartment also consists of three bathrooms, as well as a powder room. 

Featuring 2,500 square feet of terrace space, the home boasts jaw-dropping views of the city skyline and Central Park's Reservoir.

320 Central Park West, Apt PH21-22C/21D is being listed for $11,250,000 by Barbara Fox and Alexis Hilton Mintz of Fox Residential Group.

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