Serial mompreneur Pam Wolf made a name for herself founding the New York Young children Club.
Her most recent job is a beauty and wellness collective, the Parlor. Now she and her spouse are selling their landmarked Higher West Side townhouse for $8.15 million — down from its primary 2018 question of $10.92 million.
The six-story Renaissance Revival rowhouse, constructed in 1894, at 5 W. 87th St., is the place the pair raised their four children. At 6,534 square feet, the property — just off Central Park — attributes 5 bedrooms and 4 bogs.
Information incorporate superior ceilings, hardwood flooring and encompass seem.
There is a ground-ground take in-in chef’s kitchen, with French doorways that direct to a brick-paved yard outfitted with a barbecue grill and hearth pit.
Back again inside of, a grand staircase leads upstairs, to the parlor floor’s two entertaining rooms.
The bedrooms are distribute out over the major 3 floors, like a entire-ground primary bedroom.
A prime ground comes with a laundry place and stairs to the roof.
The couple bought the home for $1.9 million in 1999, in accordance to home information — and then gut-renovated it, leaving nothing but the facade, explained broker Vickey Barron who is listing it with David Favale, the two with Compass.