Women from all over the world have been bowing down before Jimmy Choo shoes, bags and accessories for nearly two decades now, and some of them might actually be rich enough to afford the lavish New York City penthouse of the company’s co-founder, Tamara Mellon.
Her luxurious Upper East Side pad, dubbed as the Carhart Mansion, is up for grabs for anyone willing to come up with $27M.
Found in Manhattan’s posh Carhegie Hill neighborhood, this incredible property boasts five bedrooms, six-and-a-half bathrooms, and covers 7,140-square-feet of living space, spread over two levels, with another 5,290 square feet of extra outdoors space that’s always welcomed in NYC.
Future owners of this superb penthouse will surely appreciate the keyed elevator, the chef’s kitchen and the elegant dining room, the massive living room, maid’s quarter and also the large foyer. But the terrace outside and the serene views of the New York City skyline are surely more than enough to charm the new owners and each of their future guests.
The master bedroom suite is also a sight unlike any other, with a spectacular walk-in closet, complemented by French doors, a wood-burning fireplace, and an enclosed solarium. Horace Trumbauer is the famous architect responsible for the mansion’s design, that was completed back in 1913.
The Carhart Mansion was listed as a New York City landmark in 1974, and converted into four ultra-luxe residences in 2005.