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Inside Barbra Streisand's New York City Home

There's a wine cellar, private elevator, and much more.
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The Central Park West duplex that Hollywood legend Barbra Streisand resided in for 30 years has been listed for $11.25 million. Located in the notable Ardsley building, which was designed by the famed architect Emery Roth, the duplex penthouse features 3,670 square feet of sophisticated interior space, Central Park and Reservoir views, a private elevator, wine cellar, wood-burning fireplaces, and much more.

Scroll down for a look at the luxurious co-op, which is listed by Barbara S. Fox and Alexis Hilton Mintz of Fox Residential Group.

1. The light-filled duplex penthouse is 3,670 square feet.


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It is in the Emery Roth-designed Ardsley building, located at 320 Central Park West at 92nd Street.

2. The flow of the home is suitable for entertaining.


3. An inviting TV den is situated in a large wing by the foyer.


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There's a library as well.

4. The spacious living room and dining area are just off the gallery.


The living room, library, and master bedroom even have wood-burning fireplaces.

5. There are four bedrooms in the house, including a private master suite.


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Additionally, the property includes three bathrooms and a powder room.

6. It boasts 2,500 square feet of charming terraces.


7. Plus, the apartment offers stunning Central Park and Reservoir views.


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Among the building's impressive amenities are a fitness center, children's playroom, two bike rooms, a lending library, and tenant storage rooms.

This story originally appeared on Townandcountrymag.com.
* Minor edits have been made by the Townandcountry.ph editors.

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