Madonna has finally sold her 6,000-square-foot co-op apartment in Harperley Hall in New York's Upper West Side.
After being on the market for six months, the massive duplex apartment on Central Park West was scooped up by hedge fund manager Deepak Narula, according to the Wall Street Journal. He reportedly paid much less than the $23.5 million original listing price, which was slashed to $19.99 million in February.
The original Material Girl assembled her vast apartment by combining various units into one covering the fifth and sixth floors of 41 Central Park West, a move which annoyed her neighbors. The co-op board originally blocked her expansion plans, setting off a New York version of a neighborhood feud. And Madonna also had to deal with a neighbor complaining about her loud music (it was never clear if she was simply a critic).
The mini-mansion has six bedrooms, eight bathrooms, five fireplaces, living rooms with wide French doors facing Central Park and a vintage-style bathroom with twin pedestal sinks, according to Real Estalker.
The master suite has "endless closet space," a definite must for the "Vogue" star's extravagant costumes.
Madonna still owns three townhouses in the Upper East Side she purchased in 2009 for $32.5 million and spent years renovating.