The Wall Street Journal reported that Bon Jovi finally found a buyer for his 4,000-square-foot, three-bedroom duplex at 150 Charles Street in the West Village. The high-ceilinged duplex features ample natural light, gorgeous hardwood floors, and high-end finishes designed by Alan Wanzenberg. The residence features a den that could serve as an additional bedroom, and also boasts an approximately 1,500-square-foot landscaped garden on the lower level, which overlooks the Hudson River.
Bon Jovi first listed the home last June for $17,250,000. When it didn’t find a buyer, the musician paired up with a neighbor selling a smaller duplex on the same floor to try and sell the two units together as one. That deal was soon abandoned, and after a series of price cuts, the duplex just went into contract at $15,995,000. Public records show that Bon Jovi had purchased the unit for $12,880,000 in 2015. His new home will be a nearby unit at the Greenwich Lane condominium development, which he purchased for $18,940,000 million last year.
150 Charles Street was listed by the Corcoran Group through Robby Browne, Chris Kann, Jennifer Ireland. See the original listing here.
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