Luciano Pavarotti’s House is located in Hampshire House, the 23rd-floor unit has views of Central Park. Measuring about 2100 square feet, it has two bedrooms and two bathrooms. In the great room, which overlooks the park, there is a grand piano which the tenor used for rehearsing and entertaining. The longtime Manhattan home of late opera singer Luciano Pavarotti can be had for a song, returning to market at the discounted price of $10.5 million, according to Deborah Grubman of the Corcoran Group.
It was listed back in 2014 for $13.7 million, but was later taken off the market after a price chop and no takers. According to the Wall Street Journal, the apartment is back with Cocoran, a new broker and a new price: $10.5 million, a significant decrease from before. Mr. Pavarotti was born in Modena, Italy, but purchased the Manhattan apartment about 30 years ago. He died in 2007 at age 71. Nicoletta Mantovani, his widow, decided to sell it because is now unused.
Who will be the lucky buyer of the Manhattan Pavarotti’s House? The view is amazing, and it could be inspiring to someone loving opera!