- Anderson Cooper's mother, who was a fashion designer, artist and heiress first moved into the home in 1997
- Following the death of the media personality's mum in 2019, the news anchor finally decided to list it for sale
- The home is a two-bedroom, two-full-bathroom apartment that belonged to the late New York icon Gloria for more than two decades
Celebrated CNN news anchor Anderson Cooper has put his late mother Gloria Vanderbilt’s longtime New York City home on sale. The news anchor listed his late mother's home on sale barely two years after her death.
According to NY Post, the news anchor listed the house on sale for a whopping N466m.
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Cooper's mum stayed in the house for more than 2 decades
Legit.ng understands the home, which is located in Midtown East at 30 Beekman Place, is a two-bedroom, two-full-bathroom apartment that belonged to the late New York icon Gloria for more than two decades.
The house also comes with an eat-in kitchen, a library and an oversized windowed foyer with high ceilings.
New York Times reported that Cooper's mother, who was a fashion designer, artist and heiress first moved into the home in 1997.
No renovations were made ever since, all in a bid to maintain its original structure.
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According to real estate experts, the price, which they claimed is slightly low is because of its lower placement, especially with it being located on the second floor of the building.
20th century home
The listing of the home described the property as “ideal for a discerning client who will delight in owning the former home and sanctuary of one of the 20th century’s most significant and highly admired icons; an artist, designer, writer and true renaissance woman.”
Daily Mail UK reported that the price of the house does not include the N1.7m monthly maintenance fee that comes along with owning the home.
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