Rush Limbaugh's Living Room
Controversial radio host Rush Limbaugh vowed to sell his New
York home after Governor David Paterson proposed a "millionaire's tax"
on residents making more than $500,000. Nearly a year
later, Limbaugh is making good on his promise, putting his pre-war
Fifth Avenue penthouse on the market for $13,950,000. He originally
purchased the home in 1994.The 4-bedroom, 5.5-bathroom residence
features a wood-paneled library, a large media room and four terraces,
two of which face Central Park. If you tire of the city views, you can
step inside to find new scenery: Many of the home's walls and ceilings
have been adorned with hand-painted murals, and the moldings are
hand-painted gold leaf.