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Ina Garten Is Selling Her New York City Apartment

She and Jeffrey moved to another pied-à-terre with a bigger kitchen, so this one could be yours for $1.98 million.
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Last summer, T&C reported on Ina Garten's new Park Avenue apartment and its dreamy kitchen. Now it seems that the Food Network star known as the Barefoot Contessa is ready to part with her old digs.

Garten and her husband, Jeffrey, recently put their one-bedroom, one-bathroom pad at 71 East 77th Street on the market with Stribling & Associates with an asking price of $1.975 million. The apartment was renovated by noted architect Daniel Romualdez, who told Food Network Magazine that he "wanted it to feel like a refuge—a place for her to curl up and recharge."

The co-op apartment includes a double-height living room, a master suite with a "large, hotel-like bathroom," and a "thoughtfully designed" kitchen, according to the listing. Scroll down for a look around.


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This story originally appeared on Townandcountrymag.com.
* Minor edits have been made by the Townandcountry.ph editors.

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