A New York City penthouse has gone on the market for $7 million and the four-story home’s former occupants could help drive up the price.
The stunning apartment has been owned by music superstars Cher, Britney Spears, Russell Simmons, and Keith Richards.
Spears wrote her iconic hit “Toxic” while living in the apartment in 2003.
Cher was the apartment’s first residential owner, buying the property for an undisclosed amount in the 80s. She had a greenhouse removed and replaced with a gym and outside shower. She sold the penthouse to Simmons in 1990 for $1.6 million.
Spears bought the home in 2002 for $3 million. She also purchased the neighboring apartment and combined the two.
The 3800-square-foot apartment with a stunning view of the city is serviced by an elevator that stops on all four floors. The upstairs features a 400 square-foot terrace, a den, full bath, and a game room. The main floor boasts 12-foot ceilings, a chef’s kitchen, and living and dining rooms complete with fireplaces.
The lower two floors are for bedrooms with en-suite bathrooms. The main suite includes a fireplace and wet bar.