Olympia Dukakis’ New York apartment is listed at $ 4.2 million
The New York apartment of prolific actress Olympia Dukakis, known for her work in Dreamer and Steel magnolia trees, was enrolled by her children for $ 4.2 million, the New York Post reports. The three-bedroom, two-bathroom space is one of only 24 units in a 1904 building that is a designated New York landmark.
The loft-style space is very bright thanks to its south-facing orientation and its location at the corner of the building, which allows for even more windows than usual. All-white walls and ceilings keep the space bright, while wood window treatments throughout the apartment are reminiscent of the building’s history. Not only do the windows provide plenty of light, but they also allow residents to enjoy the stylish local NoHo all day long. At 3,100 square feet, there’s plenty of space to move around and the Great Room takes up much of it, offering a dining area and two separate living rooms. The large living space is connected to the kitchen, which includes custom cabinetry, granite countertops and a large island.
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Wood-trimmed French doors separate the bedrooms, with the master suite in the back corner displaying a pair of oversized windows on two of its four walls. The spacious master bathroom has a large standing shower, tiled floor, two sinks and two large wooden vanities. According to property records, Oscar and Golden Globe winner Dukakis allegedly bought the property under an off-market deal and lived in space until her death earlier this year at the age of 89.
“Olympia and her husband, Louis Zorich, both actors, have lived here since 1989. Steeped in history, the two threw fabulous parties with families and friends at this loft,” said listing agent Wendy Juan. A D. She owns the list with Tami Kurtz.