When you take a look at this week’s unattainable apartment, a mansion at 247 Central Park West (near 85th), from the outside, it looks like your standard, run-of-the-mill, crazy ridiculous mansion on one of the most sought-after streets in the country. But step inside, and you’re in for one surprise after another. From the 60′ lap pool to the dome-shaped skylight to the contemporary renovations, it’s an entirely different world inside the mansion. The home also boasts five bedrooms, a zen garden and rooftop terrace with sweeping park views, a home theater/media room, an elevator, and double-height ceilings in the parlor and living room area. The mansion was once owned by Abigail Disney, Walt’s grandniece, before being sold to Keith Monda, former chief operating officer of Coach, in 2006, according to Curbed NY. Are you its next owner? You could be for the price of $32 million (listed through Sotheby’s). Click through for more photos of this unique mansion.
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