A couple of empty nesters with big plans for their twilight years just dropped $8.5 million on a Central Park West condo.
Joe Truglio, of Halstead Property, worked with the couple for over a year before finding them the four bedroom at 111 West 67th Street that won them over.
“As empty nesters, they are part of the trend toward making a change when the kids move out, but not to smaller spaces — as I’ve often experienced in my 32 years of selling real estate,ˮ Truglio told Brokers Weekly.
“In this case, the couple was drawn to great views and enough space to welcome their children and grandchildren home for visits.
“We looked up and down Central Park West, but nothing could rival the spectacular views from every window; the grand entertaining space, the move-in condition and in a condominium to boot.”
The 2,727 s/f Park Millennium unit has three bathrooms and 40 ft. of windows. The white glove, building has a health club, and garage.
Lisa Lippman, of Brown Harris Stevens, listed Unit 35A at $8.799 million and it spent 38 days on the market before going to contract.