The NYC penthouse that Barbra Streisand lived in for nearly 40 years is on the market for $11.25 million — here’s a look inside

Streisand lived in the NYC apartment for nearly 40 years.

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Streisand lived in the NYC apartment for nearly 40 years.
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Barbra Streisand’s former penthouse at 320 Central Park West – also known as the Ardsley – is on the market for $11.25 million. Barbara Fox, founder and president of Fox Residential, has the listing.

According to Fox, Streisand sold the penthouse 18 years ago to its current owners for $4.25 million.

Streisand isn’t the only celebrity who has called the penthouse home. Fox also confirmed to Business Insider that before the Ardsley started to sell its units, it served as a rental building where Lorenz Hart, a famous lyricist known for his partnership with composer Richard Rodgers from 1919 to 1943, rented the space.

The entire penthouse totals 6,236 square feet with 11- to 12-foot-high ceilings. It has four bedrooms, 3.5 bathrooms, a corner library, and a $12,000 monthly maintenance bill, according to Fox.

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The $12,000 monthly maintenance bill goes toward the general upkeep of the building, the staffing of the building, taxes, and mortgage interest, Fox told Business Insider.

Keep reading for a look inside the penthouse.


Barbra Streisand’s old apartment is located at 320 Central Park West — also known as the Ardsley — on Manhattan’s Upper West Side, between Central Park and the Hudson River.

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Google Maps

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Along with Streisand, the Upper West Side has, over the years, been home to some of Hollywood’s favorite stars including Tim Gunn, Jerry Seinfeld, Bobby Flay, and Amy Schumer.

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The Ardsley.
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Rise Media, courtesy The Corcoran Group

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Before the Ardsley started to sell its units, it served as a rental building. In the 1940s, lyricist Lorenz Hart lived in what is now the penthouse.

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David Paler

Source: Fox Residential


Streisand’s former penthouse, which spans two floors and has a private elevator, is now on the market for $11.25 million.

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David Paler

Source: Fox Residential, The New York Times


After living in the apartment for nearly 40 years, Streisand sold the apartment to its current owners in 2002 for $4.25 million.

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David Paler

Source: Fox Residential


With the exception of new appliances, the kitchen is exactly how Streisand left it.

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David Paler

Source: Fox Residential


There are four bedrooms and 3.5 bathrooms in the duplex.

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David Paler

Source: Fox Residential


The penthouse spans 6,236 square feet and has 11- to 12-foot-high ceilings.

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David Paler

Source: Fox Residential


The home comes with a $12,000 monthly maintenance bill, which covers the general upkeep of the building, the staffing of the building, taxes, and mortgage interest.

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David Paler

Source: Fox Residential


The building’s amenities include a fitness center, a lending library, a children’s play center, bike rooms, and storage rooms.

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David Paler

Source: CityRealty


And, in case the apartment’s 27 windows — with views of Central Park and Manhattan — aren’t enough, it also features 2,500 square feet of terrace space.

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David Paler

Source: Fox Residential