The longtime home of the late Barbara Walters has been listed for $19.75 million.
Walters, who died in December at the age of 93, would spend his final years in seclusion at this home.
wall street journal first reported news of listing.
Located on the Upper East Side, in a white-glove co-op at 944 Fifth Avenue, the legendary journalist first moved in back in 1989.
Now on the market, the apartment looks exactly as it did when the Walters lived there
All of her art, furniture, and collectibles, including antiques and sentimental relics, remain in the house.
The unit is currently configured into two bedrooms, but can be converted into four.
Overlooking Central Park, the residence is made up of five bedrooms and five baths.
The living room features a wood-burning fireplace with 10-foot-high ceilings and three huge windows that span Fifth Avenue.
The listing notes, “There is such a special feel to this amazing full floor apartment on Fifth Avenue and 75th Street, the Upper East Side’s most coveted and beloved location.”
The wood-paneled primary bedroom suite with woodburning fireplace has park views, two baths, a sitting room/office, and a spacious walk-in closet.
Walters’ dressing room is wrapped in chic red lacquer – with a mirrored wall, a dressing table and a lounge space.
Eat-in kitchen with butler’s pantry and laundry room adjacent.
“It comes with the provenance of a beloved and revered owner who loved the apartment and often made history there,” said Walters’ listing.
Alexa Lambert of Compass holds the listing. He declined to comment.
In his 2008 book, “Audition: A Memoir“She disclosed that she frequently entertained at the apartment and met potential interviewers there.
Monica Lewinsky was among the guests who dined with Walters, at least before agreeing to sit for an interview about the Bill Clinton sex scandal.
Sources previously told The Post that Walters planned to flee Florida on her getaway, but she ill health prevented him from doing so.
Walters was diagnosed with dementia in 2015.
She was the first female anchor of both morning and evening television-news programs. At one point, Walters was considered the highest paid TV-news personality in the country.
Walters also helped develop and starred in the long-running ABC daytime talk show “The View”.