Diane Keaton credits her old apartment at the legendary San Remo as “the beginning of [her] true interest in architecture,” as she once told Wine Spectator.
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The three-bedroom unit is now back on the market for $14.5 million, down from its $17.5 million ask last year.
The listing was first reported by the blog 6sqft.
Keaton bought the co-op after starring in Woody Allen’s “Annie Hall.” The seller is the estate of the late Gordon McLeod, the former head of digital publications at Dow Jones.
The spread opens to a center hall that leads to a wood-paneled library.
There are also beamed and coffered ceilings, a formal dining room and a chef’s kitchen with a butler’s pantry. The Emery Roth-designed landmark, which dates to the 1930s, was the first “twin-towered” building in the city.
“It was one of those remarkable apartments,” Keaton told Wine Spectator. “There was a window on every side. Everything was wide open.”
The listing broker is Corcoran’s Dan Fishman.