Weeding Out Her Property Portfolio, Mary Louise Parker Lists NYC Duplex

    Posted by Cristin  |  September 19, 2012  |  5:19 pm  |  Tags: , , , , ,

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    Mary Louise Parker

    New York, NY

    Most Known For

    Award-winning actress best known for her recent role on Weeds

    Home Stats

    5 bedrooms, 4.5 Bathrooms, library, den, views

    Price

    $7,000,000

    ‘Weeds’ actress Mary Louise Parker is saying sayonara to the Big Apple apartment she’s owned since the mid-2000’s. According to The Real Estalker and the brand new listing, Parker is asking $7 million for her 10-room NYC duplex at 32 Washington Square West.

    Let’s “weed” through the details of this high-priced home: new to the market, this Pre-War, 1925 duplex radiates warmth and charm while affording grand scale proportion and abundant entertaining and private chambers. Combinations of this size are rare and Parker’s home features five bedrooms, four and a half bath, a double living room, formal dining room, library and den. In New York, views command big bucks. This co-op contains 26 windows spanning four exposures, gracing the space with brilliant light and panoramic views. The luxurious master wing includes a spa bath, oversized dressing room and sitting area. Pre-war elements include beamed ceilings, archways, two wood burning fireplaces and oak parquet floors. Door and elevator attendants, as well as a live-in super provide full-time service in this chic building.

    Parker previously placed the co-op on the market in March 2012 for $7.995 million. Without a buyer in sight, the home was quickly reduced to $7.25 million and later taken off the market all together. Property records also show that Parker had to buyout her ex and baby daddy Billy Crudup‘s stake in the property for $1.5 million in May 2005. That couldn’t have been an easy pill  for Parker to swallow, considering that Crudup left her for Claire Danes while she was seven months pregnant with their child.

    Edward C. Ferris of Brown Harris Stevens is the listing agent.

    Images via Brown Harris Stevens.