The intriguing Manhattan onetime residence of Gloria Vanderbilt wasn’t long on the open market. The East Side property was listed by son Anderson Cooper last month with a $1.1 million asking price. It is currently in contract.
The unit is a two-bedroom with 2.5 baths and is located in a 1931-built building. Listing information shows it as it was last occupied by Ms. Vanderbilt, chock-a-block with her possessions, presumably.
Details of the unit include milled plaster, original plank hardwood, and a wood-burner in the living room finished with a French mantel in red marble. Paint colors can be striking, but not without purpose, showing Vanderbilt’s artistic eye in action.
Gloria Vanderbilt passed away in 2019.
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