Disney CEO Bob Iger has sold his palatial New York apartment for $18.75 million — have a look inside

source
Courtesy of Stribling

Disney CEO Bob Iger sold his palatial New York apartment on the Upper East Side earlier this week, according to Curbed NY.

Located in a co-op building that overlooks Central Park, the gorgeous home sold for $18.75 million, just under his asking price of $19 million.

Here’s what it’s like inside:


The apartment has a private elevator that opens up to a vestibule outside the apartment. You enter through the gallery here.

source
Courtesy of Stribling

The living room is very spacious. All of the interiors were designed by Victoria Hagan Interiors, whose work Architectural Digest described as “timeless American design.”

source
Courtesy of Stribling

It even has a wood-burning fireplace for those chilly evenings.

source
Courtesy of Stribling

The living room offers up views of the Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis Reservoir in Central Park. You know, in case you want to watch people taking their morning jogs.

source
Courtesy of Stribling

The wood-paneled library is sure to be a favorite of any book lovers.

source
Courtesy of Stribling

The library has lots of character.

source
Courtesy of Stribling

The apartment has four bedrooms. This looks like one of the kids’ bedrooms.

source
Courtesy of Stribling

Perhaps the greatest luxury at the apartment (for a New Yorker, anyways) is the in-unit washer and dryer. I don’t think Iger is hauling his dirty duds down to the laundromat.

source
Courtesy of Stribling

There’s a full-sized dining room where Iger likely hatched plans for Disney’s world domination over shrimp cocktail.

source
Courtesy of Stribling

Just think of the dinner parties that could be had in this space!

source
Courtesy of Stribling

The kitchen appears to have an industrial stove and a breakfast bar for you to enjoy your coffee.

source
Courtesy of Stribling

The master suite has a bedroom, sitting room, walk-in closet, and two bathrooms.

source
Courtesy of Stribling

Yes, two bathrooms.

source
Courtesy of Stribling

The park-side Fifth Avenue address is one of the most desirable in New York City. It’s no surprise Iger got close to his $19 million asking price.

source
Courtesy of Stribling

Take a look at that floor plan. It looks quite a bit more expansive than my “cozy” one-bedroom.

source
Courtesy of Stribling