Yannick Noah, who won both the singles and doubles titles at the 1984 French Open, has unloaded his cond-op home at 230 Central Park South. The three-bedroom, 3.5-bathroom duplex at Southmoor House went for $9.2 million, the Observer reported. That's down from the asking price of $9.5 million. The listing touted "loft-like space," "voluminous windows," and a kitchen that will "inspire you to cook."
The Frenchman bought the 14th floor unit with his then wife in 1995 and, in 2007, made a neighboring studio into the third bedroom. The Observer didn't find out why Noah is bidding farewell to the home after twenty years, but speculated that he is spending more time outside the city. "Being an international pop star, basketball dad, former tennis star, and, of course, restaurateur, likely keeps him traveling quite a bit," the piece said.