Katie Couric’s Upper East Side Condo Puts NYC Apartments to Shame

Peek inside the light-filled space the TV host once called home.

 Katie Couric's NYC Apartment Is On The Market
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Katie Couric’s pre-war Carnegie Hill apartment is officially on the market: The journalist just listed her spacious Upper East Side home for $8.25 million.

The apartment is unusually massive—at least by New York City standards—boasting five bedrooms and a semi-private elevator landing. There’s even a “double staff room,” which for us plebeians would probably be best used as an office or sixth bedroom.

 Peek Inside Katie Couric's UES Condo
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Design elements like high ceilings, original parquet flooring, and large windows that overlook Park Avenue add to the luxe feel. A stunning kitchen, complete with terracotta tiles and a breakfast room—the formal dining room is separate and located across the hall—doesn’t hurt either.


Katie Couric Just Listed Her New York Apartment
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The bedrooms are sunny and simply decorated. While the listing photos show white ceilings and predominantly white furniture, color is infused via wallpaper in vibrant shades and playful prints.


 Katie Couric's Light-Filled and Spacious Apartment
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One of the bathrooms pairs simple white fixtures with a pink printed wallpaper that instantly elevates the space.


 Katie Couric's Stunning NYC Apartment Is For Sale
Photography by STRIBLING

As for the building itself? It’s a full-service co-op described as a “white glove” by the listing site. (Nothing less for television royalty, obviously.) It also offers a fitness center, bike room, and 24/7 doorman.

The listing is held by Stribling.

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Published on October 23, 2017 - 12:30pm EDT

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