But, even if you have the cash, you might not have a chance at apartment 46. The Dakota co-op board is famously picky: it has denied everyone from Billy Joel to Judd Apatow to Madonna.
Yoko Ono still lives in the building where John Lennon was murdered, and it holds dual titles as New York’s most exclusive and unusual address.
Built in 1882, the four bedroom, three-and-a-half bathroom apartment hit the market eight years ago for 19.5 million.
High ceilings and spacious living areas are stereotypical of The Dakota, as are spectacular views of Central Park.
The listing also mentions a shaving room. Could that be a half bath for gents or an in-home barber shop for one? Either way it sounds pretty great.
Enjoy a few strips of bacon in this country-inspired space. Just make sure the pig wall doesn't see you.
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