American Idol guru buys Plaza digs; Skinniest house sold
SIMON FULLER, the brains behind the America Idol franchise, has just bought some new digs at The Plaza.
Fuller and his wife Natalie paid $3.25 million for Unit 902 at the landmark property.
The one bedroom, 1.5 bath apartment was listed by Susan Song at Stribling and sold for the asking price after just two days on the market, according to StreetEasy.
The living room of the 1,155 s/f home has French doors facing southeast to the private landscaped Plaza Gardens.
The couple have a fabulous LA mansion complete with wine cellar and pool.
Famous for producing AI and So You Think You Can Dance, Fuller’s hugely successful entertainment business also manages he careers of David and Victoria Beckham, Scotland’s Wimbeldon winner Andy Murray, Annie Lennox and Carrie Underwood.
THE skinniest house in New York has been sold for $3.25 million.
At 9.5 ft. wide and with 999 s/f to fill, the house sat on the market for 122 days after being listed by TOWN agents Bo Poulsen, Vladimir Luzader, and Robert Treanor.
It had undergone a renovation when it hit the listings at $3.495.
The three bedroom, 2-bath house a 75.5 Bedford Street in the Village, is outfitted with a top-of-the-line custom kitchen, four wood burning fireplaces, original exposed beams, a fully finished lower level basement and a planted garden.
Flooring throughout the house is reclaimed rift and quarter-sawn antique oak.
The windowed master bath, with a balcony overlooking the garden, is designed with a claw foot tub, separate shower, mosaic tiles, Italian marble and English Lefroy Brooks fixtures.
Central air, a washer/dryer and new radiators throughout add to the comfort of little house with the big history.
Past residents have included everyone from poet Edna St. Vincent Millay and anthropologist Margaret Mead, to stage and film stars Cary Grant and John Barrymore.
Robson Zanetti from TOWN Residential brought in the buyer.
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