Demi Moore has very publicly hoisted her Manhattan penthouse onto the open market for $75 million, about a year after shopping it around as a so-called whisper listing.
She gave the New York Times the exclusive over the weekend, and now it has hit the public Multiple Listing Service — giving a peek at a rarefied residence. The triplex is at the pinnacle of the south tower of the double-spired San Remo building on the Upper West Side.
Listing agent Adam Modlin, with not a trace of hyperbole whatsoever, calls it "the embodiment of the last unicorn of Manhattan," a "floating mansion ... in the clouds" that boasts "just the right balance of heavenly light all around."
Moore bought the penthouse in 1990 with her then-husband, Bruce Willis, and embarked on renovations that included installing "bold new windows in every room," according to the Times.
It did not, however, include renovations that she reportedly wanted Ashton Kutcher to cover as part of their divorce. She "chose not to complete an ambitious master suite renovation," the Times said.
Evidently she's selling it as a sort of public service:
"I’m spending the majority of my time in my other homes, and this apartment is too magnificent not to be lived in full time," she told the paper in an email. It really is extraordinary, even if we tease about the hype surrounding it.
She is still looking pretty good