A lavish three-level penthouse on Manhattan’s Upper West Side — a lair with some star history, no less — is coming back to the market for $50 million after selling just two years ago.
Located in the high-profile San Remo, the Wall Street Journal reports the home’s last owner was actress Demi Moore, who sold it to the current — and unidentified — owner for $45 million. That sale price was a full $30 million off Moore’s original $75 million ask in 2014.
Before Moore, the home was owned by Bee Gees manager Robert Stigwood. During the time he lived there, he expanded the unit from a duplex to a triplex by buying some mechanical space at the top of the building, the Journal notes.
As it stands, the roughly 8,000-square-foot penthouse has nearly 1,500 square feet of wraparound terraces and five bedrooms. There’s an open-plan living area with a fireplace, a large dining room and a two-story great room that features a mezzanine looking over the cherry wood-paneled space. Through the windows, there are views of Central Park.
Roger Erickson of Douglas Elliman has the listing.