Madonna’s NYC Co-Op Finally Sells With A Huge Price Chop

The pop star's home was sold for "considerably less" than the most recent asking price of $19.995 million, reports the Wall Street Journal. The home, in Harperley Hall, a 1911 Arts and Crafts-style building, offers windows with gracious views of Central Park.

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The pop star's home was sold for "considerably less" than the most recent asking price of $19.995 million, reports the <a href="http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10001424127887323855804578511701003165428.html?mod=WSJ_NY_RealEstate_LEADNewsCollection" target="_blank">Wall Street Journal</a>. The home, in Harperley Hall, a 1911 Arts and Crafts-style building, offers windows with gracious views of Central Park.
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The 6,000-square-foot home offers Juliet balconies and several wood-burning fireplaces.
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The home, in Harperley Hall, a 1911 Arts and Crafts style building, offers windows with gracious views of Central Park.
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The home was listed in November for $23.5 million, then cut to $19.995 million in February. The buyer, hedge fund manager Deepak Narula, bought the co-op for "considerably less."
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The home offers six bedrooms.
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A look at one of the home's eight bathrooms.
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