David Duchovny Selling Central Park West Apartment For $7.5 Million

The actor David Duchovny has placed his upscale unit on Manhattan’s renowned Central Park West for $7.5 million.

The star bought the interesting condo for $6.03 million in 2012. It boasts panoramic park views, a personal terrace, and partitions of home windows.

Dwelled on the 19th flooring, the “impeccably advanced home” is reached by a private elevator touchdown and opens to a large gallery.

The darkish wooden herringbone floors flow all through and result in a lounge that views Central Park. Highlights of the dwelling space incorporate a wood-burning fire and built-in bookshelves.

The three-bedroom residence is a nook unit and packed with pure gentle, which continues to a big den in joining to the eating space. The main suite overlooks Central Park’s Reservoir and opens to a white, subway-tiled bathtub. 

One of the three bedrooms at present holds the “X-Files” star’s train gear and guitar. A bookshelf showcases a painted painting of the actor.

Established in 1930, the landmark construction generally known as The Ardsley was initially planned and developed by the architect Emery Roth.

The full-service residential tower comes with a live-in supervisor and a 24-hour guard. Residents get comfort from a state-of-the-art health heart, kids playroom, library, storage room, bike room, and laundry room.

Deborah C. Korb with Sotheby’s International Realty operates the itemizing.

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