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Elisabeth Hasselbeck Lists Her NYC Condo For $3.3 Million: Take A Peek Inside!

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Mar. 7 2012, Published 10:00 a.m. ET

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By Debbie Emery - Radar Reporter

If you are searching for a room with a view, look no further than Elisabeth Hasselbeck’s stunning New York City condo, which she is selling for a cool $3.3 million dollars, and RadarOnline.com has photos inside the posh pad.

The View host and her former NFL star husband, Tim Hasselbeck, bought the Upper West Side apartment in 2008, but four years and three children later, they have decided to move from Manhattan to the suburbs to have a back yard for the kids to play in.

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Listed by real estate agents Brown Harris Stevens, the front door of the fabulous full service condominium opens into a gracious foyer with a powder room that leads to a spacious formal living/dining room with polished wooden floors and floor-to-ceiling windows offering sweeping views of the Big Apple.

A chef’s kitchen is packed with Viking Professional appliances, stone counter tops, glass back splash, custom wood and glass cabinetry and Waterworks fixtures -- perfect for making packed lunches for the little ones or three-course family dinners.

The master bedroom suite includes a large walk-in closet for stylish Elisabeth’s countless on-air ensembles, while the second and third bedrooms are conveniently tucked away in their own wing, sharing a bathroom with a double limestone vanity, crackled porcelain tile walls and limestone floors.

Decorated in fresh blues and whites with comfy couches and cozy light fixtures, it’s easy to see why the Hasselbeck family has felt so at home in the 2,300 square foot apartment.

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