A Little Floor Plan Porn to Get The Children Through the Afternoon


There are few of the children who do not crave a little floor plan porn to help them whittle away the early evening cocktail hours or the late afternoon office doldrums when no one is really working but everyone is sort of pretending to work so their boss does not blow a gasket or make snide remarks. Therefore, Your Mama aims to please with a juicy nugget from New York City.

Last week the fine folks at CityFile fished out the listing for the Park Avenue dooplex that filthy rich Goldman Sachs CEO and Chairman Lloyd Blankfein and his wifey Laura recently hoisted on to the market with an asking price of $15,000,000.

All the children with eyeballs can plainly see the 5 bedroom and 6 pooper apartment (plus two staff bedrooms and a shared pooper) includes 14 rooms, 19 closets, 2 fireplaces, and a 30+ foot long living room. In addition to the well separated four bedrooms and three terlits on the second floor, the first floor master suite is comprised of a private study, two walk-in and four smaller closets, a corner bedroom with a view of tree-lined Park Avenue, and two petite but adequate bathrooms, one for him and one for her we pree-zoom.

Other than the generous but wonky shaped living room, the apartment is marvelously laid out for a family and includes a well equipped eat in kitchen, large family room, laundry room, separate family room, and and two sinfully small staff rooms that share a bathroom where, the eagle eyed will note, the closets are unfortunately located. Listen chickens, we got nothing against rich people hiring people to do things they don’t care to do, like raise up their kids, but it just isn’t right to make the hired help live up in rooms smaller than the damn closets in the master bedroom. And don’t even get Your Mama started on the long list of problems we have with the staff room closest being in the same room as the terlit. Honestly.

Mister Blankfein, who took home a staggering $53+ million bucks in 2006 and another $68.5 in 2007, has decamped for the other side of Central Park where he and the wifey forked over $26,000,000 for a 6,136 square foot deeluxe dooplex at the limestone clad Robert A.M. Stern designed building at 15 Central Park West.

Property records also show that the Blankfeins still own their 7 bedroom and 6.5 bathroom Hamptons hideaway on Parsonage Road in Sagaponack, NY which they had on the market back in the summer of 2007 with an asking price of $13,995,000.

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