Looks like Jon Bon Jovi can finally give the real estate game a rest (for now, anyway): The Wall Street Journal reports that the rocker finally has a buyer for his three-bedroom duplex at celeb magnet 150 Charles Street.
He first listed the home, which spans 4,000 square feet, last June for $17.25 million; when it didn’t find a buyer after a month, Bon Jovi paired up with a neighbor (who was selling a smaller duplex on the same floor) to try and sell their pads as one enormous combo unit. But it looks like that tactic was abandoned, and after a series of price cuts, it went into contract at $15.95 million.
As of this week, the sale hit public records, and it sold for a slight discount: Bon Jovi ended up getting an even $15 million for the place, which sold to an LLC.
That buyer will be getting a pretty spectacular place: There’s an enormous great room with Hudson River views, three bedrooms with en-suite bathrooms (the master also has a walk-in closet), and a den area that could be converted to a fourth bedroom. Plus, the apartment comes with a 1,500-square-foot terrace with stunning views of the city, along with two smaller, less over-the-top patios (including one off the master bedroom). Corcoran’s Robby Browne team had the listing.
As for Bon Jovi, he’s staying within the West Village: In September, he purchased a four-bedroom unit within the posh Greenwich Lane complex, joining other bigwigs like Jimmy Choo co-founder Tamara Mellon, actor Michael C. Hall, and Starbucks founder Howard Schulz (who paid a whopping $40 million for one of the development’s penthouses).
Here’s the floorplan for Bon Jovi’s 150 Charles pad one more time: