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Get Buddy Hackett’s Old Apartment for $690, 000

“The unit features an entrance foyer, large living/dining room, bedroom, additional half-bath; galley kitchen with pass-through.”

Buddy Hacket's apt

buddy hacketA co-op apartment located on New York City’s Roosevelt Island that once belonged to the late great comedian and actor Buddy Hackett is now available for $690, 000, the New York Post has reported.

The home, now owned by Hackett’s son Sandy Hackett, is located at the Rivercross on 531 main street. Apt #422 has one bedroom and one and a half bathrooms. It has a total of 4 rooms and parquet floors with full city views. It is a corner apartment.

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Suzanne Wolf of Corcoran has the listing. She posted:

“The view, the fabulous view! Here is an opportunity to own one of only nine units of its kind in the building, a generously proportioned one bedroom apartment with unobstructed western exposures and dramatic views! Enjoy abundant sunlight and open views of the river and Manhattan skyline from this spacious 4th floor one bedroom with en-suite.

“The unit features an entrance foyer, large living/dining room, bedroom, additional half-bath; galley kitchen with pass-through; new, oversized windows. Rivercross is a full service, impeccably maintained, elevator coop with amenities to spare: inviting indoor swimming pool and saunas; beautifully appointed roof terrace above the pool; two level state-of-the-art fitness center; bicycle storage; spotless, well-equipped basement laundry rooms; playroom and meeting/party room; concierge and resident Manager.

“Individual HVAC units in each room provide maximum comfort. Monthly maintenance includes heat and A/C, electricity and gas; the building is wired for FIOS internet, TV and phone (at shareholder’s expense.) You can have it all at Rivercross, just three minutes from Manhattan on the F train or Tram using your MetroCard.”

Buddy Hackett (1924-2003) was born Leonard Hacker in Brooklyn. He grew up in Borough Park.



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