UPDATE: Katie Couric’s Wallpaper-Filled NYC Home Is Off the Market
Peek inside the stylish space the TV host once called home.
Published Sep 28, 2018 6:01 PM
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Katie Couric’s pre-war Carnegie Hill apartment is officially off the market: The beloved journalist, who listed her Upper East Side spread for $8.25 million back in October, has just sold the wallpaper-filled abode. Stribling held the star-approved listing.
The apartment is unusually massive—at least by New York City standards—boasting five bedrooms and a semi-private elevator landing. There’s even a “double staff room,” which for us plebeians would probably be best used as an office or sixth bedroom.
Though it’s still unclear what the final offer for the spacious co-op actually was (Couric had recently dropped the asking price to $7.995 million), one thing’s for certain: Her passion for pattern is real. #PowderRoomGoals, anyone?
Design elements like high ceilings, original parquet flooring, and large windows that overlook Park Avenue add to the luxe feel. Elsewhere, a stunning kitchen, complete with terracotta tiles and a breakfast nook, takes a turn for the French countryside.
As for the building itself? It’s a full-service co-op described as a “white glove” by the listing site. (Nothing less for television royalty, obviously.) It also offers a fitness center, bike room, and 24/7 doorman.
This story was originally published on October 23, 2017. It was updated with new information on April 2, 2018.
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