Anderson Cooper lists late mom Gloria Vanderbilt’s NYC home for $1.13M

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CNN’s Anderson Cooper has listed his late mother Gloria Vanderbilt’s longtime New York City home two years after her passing for $1.125 million.

Located in Midtown East at 30 Beekman Place, the two-bedroom, two-full-bathroom apartment belonged to the late New York icon for more than two decades. 

The socialite, fashion designer, artist and heiress initially moved into the residence in 1997 and no renovations have taken place since, according to the New York Times.

The relatively modest price can be attributed to the apartment’s lower placement, situated on the second floor of the building. 

The listing describes 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.”

Swiss-born socialite Gloria Vanderbilt and her two sons, Carter Vanderbilt Cooper (1965 - 1988) (left) and Anderson Cooper, walk along a sidewalk in New York, New York, March 1976. Anderson is dressed in riding habit, complete with a helmet and whip.
Swiss-born socialite Gloria Vanderbilt and her two sons, Carter Vanderbilt Cooper (1965—1988) (left) and Anderson Cooper, walk along a sidewalk in Manhattan, March 1976. Anderson is dressed in a riding habit, complete with a helmet and whip.
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30 Beekman Place, Apt 2A
30 Beekman Place, Apartment 2A is now on the market.
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The expansive foyer.
The expansive foyer.
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A wide shot of the living room with a gas fireplace.
A wide shot of the living room with a gas fireplace.
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Swiss-born socialite Gloria Vanderbilt carries a painting in her studio at her home in the UN Towers, New York, New York, March 1976.
Gloria Vanderbilt carries a painting in her studio at her home in 1976.
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Facing the river, features of the home include an oversized windowed foyer with high ceilings and easy access to the river promenade.

The eclectic eye-popping style of the late Vanderbilt can be seen in the photos of the home.

Amenities of the building include a newly completed fitness center and laundry services.

American fashion designer Gloria Vanderbilt visits Murjani, a Hunghom garment company where her jeans were made on January 11, 1979.
Gloria Vanderbilt visits Murjani, a Hunghom garment company where her jeans were made, on Jan. 11, 1979.
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The dining room.
The dining room.
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The small dining space.
A breakfast space.
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One of two bedrooms.
One of two bedrooms.
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Paintings fill the wall of the living room.
Paintings fill the wall of the living space
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Vanderbilt also holds the ground-floor art studio, which is not part of the listing at the moment, but is expected to be sold separately at a later date. 

The price doesn’t include the $4,311 monthly maintenance fee that will come with owning the property.

Vanderbilt died on June 17, 2019, at the age of 95. 

Ileen Schoenfeld and Aracely Moran of Brown Harris Stevens hold the listing. 

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