Joe DiMaggio's Upper West Side Penthouse Lists for $4.5M

The dining room features a wall of custom built-ins.Joe DiMaggio’s onetime Upper West Side penthouse—and the home where he lived during his record-shattering 56-game hitting streak—is on the market for $4.5M. DiMaggio lived there from 1939–1942, before the building was converted into a co-op.

This gracious penthouse features a 1,300-square-foot wraparound terrace and original hardwood floors throughout. It is laid out in the “classic six” style with a light-filled living room, formal dining room, kitchen, 2 bedrooms and a smaller maid’s room, which could also function as an office. The master suite features a walk-in closet and access to the terrace.

Brown Harris Stevens’ Leslie J.W. Singer and John Venekamp have the listing, which Luxury Listings reported.

The light-filled living room. The spacious master bedroom has access to the terrace. A kid's bedroom. There is an expansive wraparound terrace.