Katie Couric Lists Longtime Carnegie Hill Apartment for $8.25M



Former HC&G cover girl Katie Couric has listed the Carnegie Hill apartment she has owned for nearly twenty years.

Former HC&G cover girl Katie Couric has listed the Carnegie Hill apartment she has owned for nearly twenty years.

Located at 1155 Park Avenue, the 10-room property served as the Couric family home base since 1998. The former "Today" anchor raised her two daughters there but has since moved to a reported $12 million condo with husband John Molner. 

Alexa Lambert, Marc Achilles and Julie Soften of Stribling have the listing which notes the apartment's "unusually large chefs eat-in kitchen."

Katie Couric Lists Longtime Carnegie Hill Apartment for $12M

The 4,000-square foot pre-war apartment has a total of five bedrooms. Original parquet flooring in the dining room and terra cotta tile are a nod towards Couric's traditional taste in interior design. 

"I wanted something casual and relaxed—" Couric told HC&G of her Hamptons home which was featured in our June 2011 issue

Katie Couric Lists Longtime Carnegie Hill Apartment for $12M
Katie Couric Lists Longtime Carnegie Hill Apartment for $12M

 

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