Peek Inside Sting’s Manhattan Penthouse

The Central Park property just hit the market for a whopping $56 million.

Inside Sting's 15 Central Park West Penthouse: living room

photography by MICHAEL MORAN


Sting is officially selling the New York penthouse he shared with wife Trudie Styler. The couple paid nearly $27M for the home in 2008, when they were among the first to buy in the now-famous 15 Central Park West, where past residents have also included Denzel Washington and Mark Wahlberg.

 

 Inside Sting's 15 Central Park West Penthouse: double height staircase

photography by MICHAEL MORAN


They brought in architect Lee F. Mindel to reimagine the 5,417-square-foot condo, and one of his biggest changes was to add two custom spiral staircases to the duplex, including a double-height sculptural staircase in the entrance gallery.

 Inside Sting's 15 Central Park West Penthouse: living room central park view

photography by MICHAEL MORAN


The home is set up as a three-bedroom with an office that could double as a fourth bedroom. The star of the show is the main living room, where French doors lead to a 400-square-foot terrace with prime Central Park views.

 

 Inside Sting's 15 Central Park West Penthouse: terrace

photography by MICHAEL MORAN


A custom open gas fireplace separates the living room and sitting area, and according to the architect’s website, its design is “informed by the shape of the stairs and the Fibonacci Spiral.”  

 Inside Sting's 15 Central Park West Penthouse: sitting area

photography by MICHAEL MORAN


The chef’s kitchen is equipped to feed an army: It includes two full refrigerators, two refrigerator drawers, three (!!) dishwashers, and four (!!!) ovens.

 

 Inside Sting's 15 Central Park West Penthouse: chef's kitchen

photography by MICHAEL MORAN


There’s also a spa-like bathroom with a steam room and rain shower connected to the master bathroom.

 

 Inside Sting's 15 Central Park West Penthouse: luxury bathroom

photography by MICHAEL MORAN


The property is currently represented by Corcoran’s Deborah Kern and Sotheby’s Suzun J Bennet. Interested in learning more? Find more details about the luxurious penthouse here, and see more photos on Mindel’s website.

Inside Sting's 15 Central Park West Penthouse: library

photography by MICHAEL MORAN


 Inside Sting's 15 Central Park West Penthouse: master bathroom

photography by MICHAEL MORAN


Published on May 03, 2017 - 4:00pm EDT

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