This glamorous duplex penthouse on Manhattan’s Upper East Side was once the home of legendary Hollywood songwriter Irving Berlin, boasting spectacular views over Carl Schurz Park, the East River, and several New York City bridges.
Considered one of the greatest songwriters in American History, Berlin penned hundreds of songs including ‘God Bless America’ and ‘There’s No Business Like Show Business.’ In 1931, he moved into this duplex at 130 East End Avenue
with his family at the age of 43. While living in the apartment where he and his family would reside for the next 13 years, Berlin would go on to write ‘I’ve Got My Love to Keep Me Warm,’ as well as ‘Say It Isn’t So.’ In As Thousands Cheer: The Life of Irving Berlin
, author Laurence Bergreen describes the home as ‘a formal, stately dwelling with impressive views
of the East River.”
Asking price: $5,000,000 | More details about the property listed with Warburg Realty’s Jane Andrews can be found here
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