Parker Posey Unloads Her $1.45M Greenwich Village Co-op in Less Than Two Months
Parker Posey caught people’s attention when she posed in the listing photos for her Greenwich Village co-op at 30 Fifth Avenue. Take a look at the indie actress, who is currently celebrating the release of her new film “Café Society,” lounging in her bedroom, reading Mary Louise Parker’s “Dear Mr. You” along with her Bichon Frise Gracie. Though unusual, the tactic must’ve worked, because the Observer reports that in less than two months the $1.45 million pad has gone into contract.
The one-bedroom, corner unit has eastern and northern views, including those of the historic Church of the Ascension. It opens to a foyer and then a spacious living room that boasts three walk-in closets, a lovely window seat, and custom built-in bookshelves. Throughout are original hardwood floors and nine-foot beamed ceilings.
Parker bought the apartment for $1.35 million in 2008, but previously lived in the East Village, where perhaps she’ll revisit.
[Listing: 30 Fifth Avenue, 6G by Yael Dunsky and Mindy Brill of Yael Dunsky Real Estate]
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Photos courtesy of Yael Dunksy Real Estate