"New York loft for sale, $30 million. Ask for Jeff."

NASCAR Sprint Cup Series superstar champion Jeff Gordon has decided to sell his Central Park west condo for and the asking price alone is $30 million!

"New York loft for sale, $30 million. Ask for Jeff."

Jeff Gordon is busy at Darlington this weekend as he hopes to notch his first win of the 2013 season. Yet at the same time, Gordon's real estate agent is showing his three-bedroom residence at 15 Central Park West.

On Saturday night in South Carolina, Gordon will take the green flag for his 700th NASCAR Sprint Cup Series career start at the track that is “too tough to tame”. While he hopes that he can tame the Lady in Black, he also hopes that the market place in New York City’s Manhattan area will line his pockets.

Per the New York Times, Gordon paid a mere $9.67 million for the condo. A portion of the listing states: A painstaking, no-expense-spared renovation has ensured that every detail of this 3,454-square-foot home exudes modern elegance and comfort - from the rift-cut oak millwork to the fully-integrated Crestron system that controls all lighting, window shades and audio/visual components. With its gracious layout, spectacular Central Park and city views.

As per Halstead Property's description:

"This architect-designed three-bedroom three-and-a-half bath residence in the exclusive House section of 15 Central Park West, Manhattan's most coveted condominium, is the pinnacle of luxury. A painstaking, no-expense-spared renovation has ensured that every detail of this 3,454-square-foot home exudes modern elegance and comfort - from the rift-cut oak millwork to the fully-integrated Crestron system that controls all lighting, window shades and audio/visual components. With its gracious layout, spectacular Central Park and city views, and top-of-the-line appointments, this unique turn-key residence instantly impresses with its welcoming entry foyer graced by 6" Santos Mahogany floors with solid brass in-laid edging. Entertain in the open living/dining room that showcases direct east-facing Central Park views from a wall of oversized windows spanning over 46 feet. A flamed absolute black granite Sushi Bar with a blackened steel countertop, wine fridge and mini bar is cleverly concealed behind American walnut diving fins adorned with patinaed brass inserts. Create culinary delights in the chic eat-in chef's kitchen, highlighted with plate steel-like Italian ceramic tile flooring, flamed absolute black granite counters and Miele/ Wolf/ Sub-Zero appliances. Other distinguishing features include a discreet private home office, and a large master suite that measures over 740 square feet, with a separate dressing room, 2 walk-in closets and a luxurious ensuite limestone bath with Boffi soaking tub."

"Designed by famed architect and historian Robert A.M. Stern in the tradition of Manhattan's most prestigious apartment houses, the exquisitely limestone-clad 15 Central Park West sits in a prime location on Central Park at 61st Street, next to Time Warner Center, and close to Lincoln Center, the Theater District, and some of the world's best shopping on Fifth Avenue and Madison Avenue. Fully staffed and pet friendly, this white-glove building offers a landscaped motor court, garage, 14,000-sf fitness center with a 75-foot sky-lit lap pool, spa and sauna/steam rooms, screening room for 20 guests, private restaurant and catering, private wine rooms, library, business center, 1,400-sf meeting space, game room, outdoor terrace, and children's playroom."

Should you be interested, visit Halstead Property website

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