David Bowie's former New York apartment is on the market, and it could be yours for £5.2million! The stunning property which boasts three bedrooms, 2.5 bathrooms and large windows with direct view of Central Park was home to David and Iman for ten years. The couple sold the property in 2002 for $1.7million to move downtown to a property in SoHo that the singer had bought in 1999.
The musician lived in the apartment from 1992 until 2002
Fans of David might be interested to know that the apartment comes with a unique piece of memorabilia, a pristine Yamaha piano that once belonged to the singer, who passed away in 2015. According to real estate agent firm Corcodan, it is the perfect home to "make beautiful music in".
The condo is located inside the Essex House in Manhattan. "Living at Essex House is the perfect blend of residential living and hotel living with every amenity at your fingertips from maid's service to room service," Corcodan states in the listing.
It boasts three bedrooms and 2.5 bathrooms
It also boasts a gracious limestone entry foyer and generously proportioned rooms with incredible storage space. The grand scaled living room measures an astonishing 28 feet wide and opens into a stately walnut-paneled office that also faces Central Park.
The kitchen has been recently renovated and features polished granite countertops and custom cabinetry as well as state-of-the-art appliances.
The condo includes a piano that once belonged to the singer
There are two master-sized bedrooms with beautifully crafted en-suite baths made of custom marble, porcelain and limestone. Inside the master bedroom there's a separate dressing area and extra large bath with separate deep soaking tub, rain shower and heated floors.
The condo is also equipped with central heat and air conditioning, a custom sound and lighting system and a washer and dryer.