Gloria Vanderbilt — the late mother of Anderson Cooper — lived in a snazzy, one-of-a-kind Manhattan home for more than 2 decades before she passed … and now it’s on the market.
The CNN anchor’s listed his mom’s 3-bedroom, 2.5-bathroom apartment — located in Midtown East — for $1.125 million … and it’s truly a sight to behold.
We could mention how the property is located in one of NYC’s most coveted locations with tree-lined streets and features a gorgeous view of the river — or how it boasts spacious rooms and high ceilings — but it’s really all about the aesthetic.
The home’s filled with family treasures and artwork, and Anderson’s said her long residency — she lived there from 1997 until her death in 2019 — is a testament to her love for the place.
Gloria — designer, artist and heiress to the Vanderbilt railroad fortune — passed away from stomach cancer in 2019.
Her home has not been renovated since she moved in so it needs some updates, but at a relatively modest price by NYC’s standards … it might be considered a steal.