This spacious Upper West Side home is much larger than a classic six.
Historian Susan Weber, the second wife of billionaire George Soros, is once again attempting to land a cooperative unit the size of her house.
In 2012, she once again listed the Central Park West stunner, after unsuccessfully attempting to sell her palatial penthouse more than a decade ago. Crain’s first reported, Weber – who founded and is currently director of the Bard College-affiliated graduate center on 86th Street – paid $25 million for the 12-room pre-war residence in 2006 and was among the first to receive $50 million for it. Tried to That lofty listing price was later slashed to $32.5 million, according to Crain’s, before disappearing from the market. Now the seven-bathroom, five-bedroom is back—for $27.5 million.
Brown Harris Stevens Listing Representative Lisa K. “It’s really hard to find apartments that are big enough, that are really five to six bedrooms,” Lipman told The Post of the estate-sized co-op. “It’s also a northeast corner apartment and clears the Dakotas,” she said, noting the unit “has amazing views from most of the rooms.”
From the 104-foot-tall ceiling, Central Park stretches to the horizon.
In addition to 6,000 square feet of interior space, the 19th-floor property at 115 Central Park West — known as The Majestic — also has 900 square feet of outdoor space. “You can do some of the indoor-outdoor living in the open kitchen that you would never find in a pre-war building,” Lipman said.
Other amenities include a private elevator entrance, two dishwashers, a wet bar and a “living room-sized library”. listing describes. The primary bedroom is large – and the suite also includes an office, separate dressing room and “absolutely the most luxurious primary bathroom”. The space is really huge, and fits an oversize custom bathtub, a double marble vanity, and a steam shower. The primary suite also has a separate east-facing terrace.
The other bedrooms, staff quarters and laundry unit are located in a separate wing.