He said on the air last year that he planned to "get out of New York totally," after New York State announced that it was introducing a temporary income tax surcharge. Now radio star Rush Limbaugh has made good on his promise
, at least from a real estate
perspective. He has offloaded his 10-room penthouse condominium on Manhattan's Fifth Avenue for around $11.5 million, after first listing it in February for $13.95 million.
The lavishly decorated apartment has a 30-foot-wide living room with four terraces overlooking Central Park. Ain't life grand?More on AOL Real Estate:
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