Source: Douglas Elliman
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Pavarotti’s $20.5 Million Apartment With 40-Foot Terrace on Central Park

His estate has combined with the unit next door to form a three-bedroom apartment on Central Park South.

The estate of the late Luciano Pavarotti, possibly the most famous operatic tenor of the past 30 years, has combined its $10.5 million listing on Central Park South with the listing next door to create a 3,300-square-foot, $20.5 million apartment.

The current living room of Pavarotti's apartment, which could be combined with the adjoining apartment.

The current living room of Pavarotti's apartment, which could be combined with the adjoining apartment.

Source: Corcoran

The proposed floor plan—renovations have not been started yet—includes 72 feet of Central Park frontage, a 40-foot-long terrace, a library, living room/dining room, and a master suite with a dressing room. Both apartments are located on the 23rd floor of the Hampshire House (150 Central Park South) a full-service, 175-unit co-op built in 1938. The building has resident parking, 24-hour staff, laundry service, a health club, and a spa.

The floor plan of the combined apartments
The floor plan of the combined apartments
Source: Douglas Elliman

Pavarotti's apartment, #2301, which he lived in for close to 30 years, first came on the market two years ago when it was listed for $13.7 million; it was relisted for $10.5 million earlier this year.

Apartment #2302/3, which property records show was purchased by husband and wife Michael Clair and Audrey MacLean in 2005 for $1.65 million, was listed in February for $10 million.

The living room of apartment #2301, which could be combined with Pavarotti's apartment

The living room of apartment #2302/3, which could be combined with Pavarotti's apartment

Source: Douglas Elliman

Combining the apartments would appear to play to both apartments' strengths. Pavarotti's apartment has close to double the square footage of 2302/3, while the latter apartment includes the sweeping terrace and Central Park views from every room. Combined, the apartment boasts north, south, and eastern exposures, three bedrooms, and three and a half baths.

The apartments share Central Park Views
The apartments share Central Park Views
Source: Corcoran

The listing is shared between J. Roger Ericksen and Christina Christopoulos from Douglas Elliman and Deborah Grubman, David Dubin, and Paul Albano from Corcoran.

Pavarotti slept here

Pavarotti slept here, maybe.

Source: Corcoran
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