WeWork’s embattled ex-CEO Adam Neumann and his wife, Rebekah Paltrow Neumann, are continuing their massive real estate sell-off.
The couple, who have kept a low profile since Neumann’s September 2019 ouster from the coworking company he co-founded, sold their Westchester County estate for close to its asking price of $3.39 million.
The property is at 69 Girdle Ridge Road in Katonah, NY. Neighbors include Ralph Lauren and Martha Stewart.
The five-bedroom, five-bathroom Colonial home, built in 1995, is 6,000 square feet and sits on 5.6 acres.
It features high ceilings, exposed beams and stone fireplaces, according to the listing, while the outdoor area boasts a pool and an outdoor kitchen with a fire pit.
The buyer is New York surgeon Evan Goldstein and his partner Andrew Yu. Compass broker Melissa Marcogliese, who repped the couple, declined to comment.
Neumann has also listed the larger of his two Manhattan properties: a massive triplex penthouse and a second duplex apartment at 78 Irving Place near Gramercy Park for $37.5 million.
He also owns a townhouse at 41 W. 11th St. in Greenwich Village, which he and Rebekah bought in 2013 for $10.5 million. The house is not publicly listed for sale.
In addition, Neumann’s West Coast property, a seven-bedroom residence known as “Guitar House” in the Bay Area, recently listed for $27.5 million, Bloomberg reports. The couple paid $21.4 million, a record for the neighborhood, in 2018, according to the Wall Street Journal.
That’s a 10,000-square-foot main house with a two-bedroom guest house, a yoga studio and an indoor racquetball court. Formerly the home of rock music promoter Bill Graham, it has a guitar-shaped room.
He and Rebekah are holding onto their 60-acre, Pound Ridge, NY, estate, called Linden Farm, which they bought in 2016, as we exclusively reported.