A New York City penthouse that once belonged to Yankee’s legend Joe DiMaggio has been listed with a $4.5 million price tag, according to press materials. The center fielder lived at the Upper West Side residence at The Wexford during his 56-game hitting streak.
Overlooking the Apthorp building to the south, the two-bedroom, two-and-a-half-bathroom apartment features a 1,300-square-foot wrap terrace with expansive views.
A private landing off the elevator leads to an oversized foyer. The dining room, with floor-to-ceiling glass doors that open to the west terrace, is connected to the kitchen, which faces the north terrace.
Adorned with a wall of bookshelves, the white-toned master bedroom has an en suite bathroom and walk-in closet. Its double doors open to the south terrace. A second bedroom has an en suite bathroom and windows facing north.
Original hardwood floors line the residence.
The Singer Venekamp Team of Brown Harris Stevens enlisted stager and interior designer, Cheryl Eisen of Interior Marketing Group, to revive the interior so that it is more appealing to potential buyers.
The listing at 400 West End Avenue is held by The Singer Venekamp Team of Brown Harris Stevens.
Images courtesy of Donna Dotan Photography