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When a movie or TV show is set in New York City—and if the people making it are savvy—real estate becomes part of the story itself. In Reel Estate, we look at some of the more memorable domiciles to grace the screen.
As for the real-life apartment for sale, it's actually for two adjacent and "lovingly renovated" apartments that, according to write-up from Warburg Realty, are ripe for combining back into their original classic-7 layout—three-bedroom, three-bath configuration. And while we're suspicious at the lack of bathroom photos in the listing, the "carved wood paneling, pocket doors, and ceiling medallions" are all pretty appealing details. (And yes, the building has a doorman.)
So, what do you think? Would you splash out a few million for this pre-war spread and a built-in cocktail party talking point?