A town house on Central Park West comes with its own 60-foot lap pool. It was sold for $22.375 million - the biggest sale of the week, according to city public records, The New York Times reports.
In addition to a pool, the house has a fitness/massage area; a large media room; five bedrooms, including a master suite that takes up an entire floor; two terraces; and a landscaped garden.
The new owner is Ihor Yankovskyy, a foreign buyer who bought the house through a limited liability company, Top Estate (NY), according to city records. The buyer was represented by Matthew Lesser, a broker for Leslie J. Garfield and Company, who said only that the house was to be used as a private home but might first be leased for a period of time.
The six-story single-family town house is located on the Upper West Side. It is one of just a handful of single-family homes that face the park.
Its previous owner Mr. Monda used the home to display his vast collection of modern art.
Before that the house was owned by Abigail E. Disney (grandniece of Walt Disney) who had gut-renovated the house.
According to the spokesman of the Bichot home which held the auction, "Yankovskyy plans to sell this barrel at a higher price at an auction in Kyiv to give money to arts programs for abandoned children."