Bacall bought the apartment—located inside of the iconic Dakota building—in 1961 and lived there for over fifty years!

The 4,000 square foot space boasts three Central Park-facing bedrooms, three-and-a-half bathrooms, a powder room, and a library with its own private balcony.

Guests are greeted by the abode’s mahogany-paneled foyer—and one of the home’s original fireplaces—before entering the baronial living area and formal dining room.

 

There are also four more working fireplaces (with carved wooden mantels), 13-foot tall ceilings, plaster moldings, hardwood floors, and mahogany-paneled window cases throughout the historic spread.

Additionally, you’ll find a separate service wing inside the apartment, complete with storage closets, a butler’s pantry, and a windowed laundry room.

 

Bacall shared the digs with then-husband Jason Robards and the three children she had with former hubby Humphrey Bogart.