The view from Bowie's former living room.|Corcoran.com1/6 The view from Bowie's former living room.|Corcoran.com
The newly renovated kitchen.|Corcoran.com2/6 The newly renovated kitchen.|Corcoran.com
The master suite features a separate dressing area.|Corcoran.com3/6 The master suite features a separate dressing area.|Corcoran.com
The limestone and marble master bath also boasts a soaking tub, rain shower and heate|Corcoran.com4/6 The limestone and marble master bath also boasts a soaking tub, rain shower and heate|Corcoran.com
The second bedroom has an ensuite bathroom.|Corcoran.com5/6 The second bedroom has an ensuite bathroom.|Corcoran.com
This walnut-paneled room off the living room faces Central Park and could be used as |Corcoran.com6/6 This walnut-paneled room off the living room faces Central Park and could be used as |Corcoran.com
There’s a starman’s apartment waiting in the sky. David Bowie’s former New York condo is up for grabs and not only does it boast amazing views of Central Park, it comes with the late musician’s piano.
Bowie moved out of the three-bedroom apartment at 160 Central Park South in 2002, but the piano has remained a gleaming reminder of its previous tenant ever since.
The home also features two and a half baths, a limestone foyer, a large living room overlooking all of Central Park and a newly renovated pass-through kitchen with granite countertops.
The master bedroom has a separate dressing area, large bathroom with a deep-soaking tub, rain shower and heated floors.
And if all those amenities and sleeping where Bowie once slept and tinkling his Yamaha’s ivories isn’t enough for you, since the condo is in the Essex House, residents are also able to use the hotel’s maid service and room service, you know, for those nights you’re too busying looking out at your view to cook.
The home is available via Corcoran Group Real Estate.