Report: Mary-Louise Parker’s Village Duplex Back On The Market
NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — In Season 7 the TV series “Weeds,” Mary-Louise Parker’s character Nancy Botwin’s New York home was a halfway house in Washington Heights where her hours of freedom were restricted.
But the real Mary-Louise Parker owns a vastly more glamorous residence at 32 Washington Square West in Greenwich Village, and a published report said it back on the market for a cool $6.99 million.
The Web site Curbed reported that the 10-room duplex was recently placed on the market for the third time in the past year. Its asking price has dropped from an original $7.25 million, the Web site reported.
The five-bedroom, four-and-a-half-bathroom co-op features a double living room, a dining room, a library, two wood-burning fireplaces, and a master wing described as “luxurious,” the Web site reported.
In describing the duplex apartment, More Magazine said it was full of “whimsical touches you might expect from this boldly offbeat actress,” including a “mural of an underwater barbecue, with an octopus brandishing multiple hot dogs.”
Curbed also reported one of the children’s bedrooms in the duplex features creepy puppets surrounding a play castle, alongside some “very frightening” people riding the Cyclone roller coaster at Coney Island.
Parker, 48, won a Golden Globe Award for Best Actress for “Weeds” in 2006. She also won a Golden Globe and Emmy Award for Best Supporting Actress in the TV miniseries “Angels in America,” and is known for her work in the movies “Fried Green Tomatoes” and “Boys on the Side.”
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