A look inside Jeff Gordon's $30m home
Home of NASCAR race car champion and three-time Daytona 500 winner is put on the market
The home of NASCAR race car champion and three-time Daytona 500 winner, Jeff Gordon, is listed with Halstead Property for a cool $30 million. The three bedroom and three-and-a-half bath residence is located in the residential section of Manhattan’s most sought after building, 15 Central Park West. Designed by famed architect and historian Robert A.M. Stern in the tradition of Manhattan's most prestigious apartment houses, 15 Central Park West sits in a prime location on Central Park at 61st Street, next to Time Warner Center, close to Lincoln Center, and with breath-taking Central Park and city views. The 3,454-square-foot apartment was renovated by Gordon and his wife, Ingrid Vandebosch, to ensure that every detail exudes modern elegance and comfort. According to the New York Times, Gordon spent $9.67 million on the residence in 2007. The open living and dining rooms are connected with absolute black granite Sushi Bar with a blackened steel countertop. They showcase direct east-facing Central Park views from a wall of oversized windows spanning over 46 feet. The trophy apartment is equipped with a fully-integrated Crestron system that controls all lighting, window shades and audio/visual components a foyer covered by 6" Santos Mahogany floors with solid brass in-laid edging. Distinguishing features include a discreet private home office, and a large master suite that measures over 740 square feet, with a separate dressing room, two walk-in closets and a luxurious ensuite limestone bath with Boffi soaking tub.