The longtime Manhattan household of the late model Jacqueline Eckert — who labored beneath the phase name Adrian Storms — is up for sale for $5 million.
Eckert, who handed away in 2018 at age 93, lived in the three-bed room, three-lavatory Higher West Aspect spread for extra than four many years following she ordered the home with her late partner, Thor Eckert, in 1968.
Her estate is now placing the dwelling up for sale for the to start with time because that deal.
She was recognised as one particular of the prime Manhattan socialites and manner styles throughout the 1940s — having appeared on the deal with of Vogue, and adorned billboards and advertisements for makes like Railway Specific and Fortunate Strike.
Stepping into the household, located at 101 Central Park West, it seems to be stuck in time, with a incredibly pragmatic but vintage vibe.
“Capture the emotion of residing like New York Metropolis royalty,” the listing states.
On entry is a gallery, which connects to nearly each and every space. The residence, on the eighth floor, options a living area with a hearth, a library with another hearth and created-in bookshelves, a official dining home and a time-capsule kitchen with its possess service entrance.
Immediately throughout from Central Park, the pre-war creating was also after residence to Harrison Ford, Rick Moranis and Noah Emmerich.
Lisa Tarnopol Deslauriers and Linda Reiner of Coldwell Banker Warburg maintain the listing.