The Beatles legend, Paul McCartney’s wife, Nancy Shevell McCartney recently sold a house. Her father, Mike Shevell owned the Il Lugano unit for 20 years. Paul bought $15.5 Million Central Park View. Nancy Shevell McCartney sold her late father’s Palm Beach condo for $13.5 million, property records show late in July ’22.
Paul McCartney Wife sold her father’s house
With her sisters Susan Cohen and Nancy McCartney, representing their father Myron “Mike” Shevell’s estate, sold unit 6C and guest suite unit 4 at Il Lugano to MD Futures LLC, tied to Atlanta-based ECI Capital.
Shevell, a trucking industry leader who owned New England Motor Freight, passed away in January. His daughter Nancy married the ex-Beatle in 2011. Nancy is also a cousin of broadcast journalist Barbara Walters. Unit 6C spans 2,895 square feet with three bedrooms, three bathrooms and one half-bath, while the guest suite is 386 square feet, according to the property appraiser.
Shevell paid $3.3 million for the unit and suite in 2002, the year that Il Lugano, at 300 Seminole Avenue, was completed. The six-story, Italian-style building has about 14 units and was built on the waterfront. (Interdeal)
Paul McCartney have also shelled out $ 15.5 million for a butted and well-located triplex penthouse atop a glass-faced post-war building directly from Central Park on New York City’s storied and historically posh Fifth Avenue.
A duplex penthouse at 1045 Fifth Avenue, a bronze-glass apartment building in a neighborhood where limestone and brick prewar co-ops are more than the norm, sold to Paul McCartney and his wife, Nancy Shevell, for $ 15,500,000, and was the most expensive closed sale of the week, according to city records.
McCartney already owns several properties in the US, including a Manhattan townhouse, a Beverly Hills estate, and homes in the Hamptons and Arizona, as well as several homes in the United Kingdom, including a gated residence in London and a farmhouse in East Sussex, Variety reports.
The living room adjoins a fully carpeted, 33-foot long library/den with built-in book and display shelves, a marble bar, a bathroom with gold nugget-like fixtures, and more floor-to-ceiling glass windows and sliders that open to the park-side terrace.