See inside Demi Moore’s $96 million home

Any time a celebrity publicly lists their property online our voyeuristic side jumps for joy. And while it seems like we’ve now viewed hundreds of Malibu beach condos and loft-style apartments, it’s a rare treat to see inside a truly iconic architectural masterpiece.

Demi Moore has this week listed the Manhattan apartment she bought with former husband Bruce Willis in 1987 – a six bedroom penthouse in the south tower of The San Remo building on Central Park West. Built in 1930, The San Remo was one of the tallest buildings of its time and the first twin towered building ever erected in New York.

An amalgamation of two apartments, Demi’s three-story unit boasts 17 rooms in total including six bedrooms and 5.5 bathrooms, multiple terraces and 360 degree views of New York City from all floors. It is currently on the market for $96.4 million.

Other well-known past and present residents of The San Remo include Donna Karan, Steven Spielberg, Glenn Close, Dustin Hoffman, Aaron Spelling, Rita Hayworth and Steve Jobs, who renovated, but never lived in, a penthouse apartment before selling it to U2’s Bono.