Discussion in 'The Howard Stern Show' started by MutteringJohn, Feb 6, 2015.
I imagine Howard's two story apartment dwarfs this one in size.
at least it's decorated in a less cheesy way than Wigward's
Is Bruce on a "mad tear"?
Remember that Robin?
what does he do with 5 bedrooms?
Ya think? I like it. Not all of it, but I could live there.
Ohh. Missed the "Less".
Looks nice, simple and tastefully decorated.
Clearly not "Design by Beff"
does it even have chimneys?
He has kids with new wife.
Actor Bruce Willis and his wife, Emma Heming, are trading up on Manhattan's Central Park West.
A couple of months ago, they put up for sale their El Dorado building co-op, which they'd owned for less than two years. Their asking price seemed ambitious — $12,995,000 for a home that they'd bought from U2 bassist Adam Clayton for $8.85 million — though they had done some remodeling to the unit. The listing agent called it a "meticulous two-year renovation" that "took it back to the studs," but we thought that might have been overstating the work a bit, once we compared the pictures to the Clayton-era photos.
Regardless, their ambitious price tag seems to have paid off: The unit is in contract, having sold in less than a week, according to StreetEasy.
The sale price is undisclosed because the deal hasn't closed, but it seems likely that the offer is close to — or even more than — the asking price, given how fast the home was snatched up.
The buyer was Armen Avanessians, the head of Goldman Sachs Asset Management's quantitative business, according to the New York Post.
Willis and Heming sold the three-bedroom, four-bath unit because they wanted a bigger space for their growing family, their listing agent said. (The square footage was undisclosed, but Yahoo Homes' very rough calculation based on the floor plan suggests it was about 3,000 square feet.) Their daughter Mabel was born in April 2012, and Mabel's sister, Evelyn, was born two years later, in May of last year.
Now they've found that bigger spot.
Their new home is still on Central Park West, only a few blocks from their El Dorado apartment. It's about twice the size of their just-sold place, with six bedrooms and five bathrooms in about 6,000 square feet.
They bought it from Milwaukee Bucks co-owner Wesley Edens, according to the Wall Street Journal, which first reported the purchase.
“I’m happy it’s going to someone with a young family,” Edens told the Journal.
Holeeee fuck I wish I was rich!!
Wonder what the kitty litter box to fireplace ratio is, like some other mansion we know of..?
Edit: wow i was fucked up last night. I couldnt write a proper sentence to save my life.
Dull and bland, Boring.
yeah, but does it have a bowling alley.
It's just not manly, of course any of us would kill to have a place like that.
I don't like your new profile... It doesn't stand out!!
I have a DeWalt clock shaped like a sawblade. These showbiz types have nothing on "Chateau de Preacher."
A good day to live hard
in my lifetime, I will never understand why someone would pay that kind of money to live in a multilevel "apartment" environment in an old crumbling city jammed with wall to wall people.... New York is a neat place to visit every few years, but I can't comprehend why anyone would choose to live there....
The obnoxious people and pee smell are "charm."