Now that political commentator Samantha Bee is into her second season hosting “Full Frontal” it looks like she wants to put down some permanent roots near the show’s west side studio at CBS. According to city records, she and her husband, fellow comedian Jason Jones, dropped $3.7 million on a somewhat basic Riverside Drive co-op.
The top-floor home home has lovely details like beamed ceilings, picture moldings, and hardwood floors. A bright living space is anchored by a marble mantle that was original to the Plaza Hotel. Through glass-paneled French doors is a less formal den, which features a custom walnut wall unit.
Directly adjacent to the living room is the dining area, which is open to the eat-in kitchen. Here you’ll find granite counters, a large island with a table attachment, high-end appliances, and a farmhouse sink.
Glass-paned French pocket doors lead to the other wing where there are four bedrooms–perfect since Bee and Jones have three children. The master has another custom built-in walnut wall of cabinetry and its own half bath.
It appears that the co-op is move-in ready, so Bee will have plenty of time to work on her Not the White House Correspondents’ Dinner.
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Neighborhoods : Upper West Side