New York City apartment for the prolific late actress Olympia Dukakis, known for her work in Moonstruck and Steel Magnolias, has been built by her children for $ 4.2 million, the New York Post reports. The three-bedroom, two-bathroom is one of only 24 units in a 1904 building that is a designated landmark in New York City.
The loft-style room gets lots of light thanks to the south-facing direction and its location on the corner of the building, allowing for even more windows than usual. The all-white walls and ceilings retain the brightness of the room, while the wooden window throughout the apartment nods to the history of the building. Not only do the windows provide plenty of light, but they also allow residents to appreciate the stylish NoHo setting all day long. With 3,100 square meters, there is plenty of space to walk around, and the large space fills much of it, offering a dining area and two separate lounge areas. The large living area is connected to the kitchen, which has adapted closet, granite counter tops and a large island.
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Wood-paneled French doors separate the rooms, with the main suite in the rear corner adorning a pair of oversized windows on two of its four walls. The spacious main bathroom contains a large shower room, tiled stone floors, two sinks and two large wooden vanities. According to property records, Oscar winner and Golden Globe winner Dukakis bought the property in 2012 in an off-market deal and reportedly lived in the room until her passing earlier in the year at the age of 89.