Emmy-winning actress and animal-rights activist Doris Roberts (you probably know her best as Marie Barone from “Everybody Loves Raymond”) passed away in April at the age of 90, and her estate has now put her classic duplex co-op on the market for $3,295,000 (h/t NY Post). The five-bedroom apartment at 200 Central Park South boasts a marble foyer, two terraces with partial park views, and oversized windows.
The apartment has new hardwood floors and windows throughout. The open living/dining area is perfect for entertaining thanks to a terrace, built-in banquet, bar area with wine refrigerator (this isn’t pictured) and proximity to the kitchen, which has more built-in seating and plenty of cabinet space.
A curved staircase leads to the second floor, where the master suite is located. It has a good amount of closet space, an en-suite marble bath, and a terrace. The second bedroom also has a marble bath and terrace access.
According to the listing, the residence “incorporates the luxurious lifestyle of a white-glove cooperative with townhouse elegance.” The building is actually quite recognizable for its curving corner, bands of balconies, and location at the corner of Central Park South and Seventh Avenue. It has a 24-hour doorman, laundry room, gym, on-site garage with valet service, and roof observatory with amazing park views.
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Images courtesy of Brown Harris Stevens
Neighborhoods : Central Park South