Carly Simon’s New York Pied-a-Terre Re-listed for $2.4 million
The "You're So Vain" hit maker, Carly Simon's New York double story pied-a-terre has popped back into the real estate market with a new asking price of $2.4 million. Simon first listed the place in June 2008 and price chopped it several times before bringing it down to $2.4 million.
Simon's home first came on the market with an asking price of $3.8 million in 2008. However, sitting unclaimed, the house was taken off the market before re-appearing in 2010 with a new asking price of $2.9 million. Failing to sell even then, she price chopped the home in April 2012 asking for $2.7 million. In July, she brought it down to $2.4 million before taking it off the market. It reappeared with the current price tag in February, 2013.
According to listing records, Simon had purchased the place back in 2004 for $1.2 million. The two bedroom, two bathroom duplex sports an old townhouse style. The lower level features a spacious living room, a large bedroom, a kitchen and a bathroom. A laundry and a closet room also feature on the lower level. The upper level has a huge den, another big bedroom, a bathroom and a dressing area as well, reports Real Estalker.
Currently, Simon lives at her Martha's Vineyard residence in Massachusetts that she received as part of the divorce deal when she separated from husband James Taylor in 1983. More recently, she streamed an online live concert from the comfort of her home for the American Red Cross.