It's apparently time for Matt Lauer to unload some of his pricey property after he got fired from the Today show for sexual harassment. Trulia has reported that Lauer just listed his Manhattan condo for sale for $7.35 million. Scroll down RadarOnline.com's gallery for more on the ex-anchor's downsizing.
As Trulia has noted, it's a time of transition for Lauer, who got the axe from NBC in November. He's selling his four-bedroom, five-bath condo in Manhattan’s Upper East Side neighborhood for just over $7 million. Before his Today show firing amid the sexual harassment scandal, Lauer, 60, was living in a Park Avenue apartment, while his wife, former model Annette Roque, 51, reportedly stayed in the Hamptons with the children.
Lauer has owned the condo he's selling since 2004, when he purchased it for $5.882 million. As Page Six recently reported, sources said his wife kicked him out of their Hamptons home and forced him to move to another one of their properties. Was the condo one of the places he sought refuge from an allegedly long-troubled marriage?
Separate lives? Page Six has said that Lauer's wife Roque mostly remained in Sag Harbor with their three kids while he hung his hat elsewhere. But he's reportedly through with the condo. Lauer's slick pad is located on one of the best tree-lined streets in New York and boasts Art Deco style history as it was built in 1927.
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America was stunned when the powerful Today show anchor was ousted last year. Now, Lauer is taking care of some personal affairs, including listing the condo, which features 11 rooms. Movers have also been spotted at his $36 million dollar Hamptons mansion.
Lauer's condo is fit for a star! A private elevator landing leads into a square entry foyer that opens into the living room, dining room, and corner library.
Lauer has enjoyed an incredible view of downtown Manhattan from the apartment, now up for sale. The living room gets lots of light from three large windows; other features of the pad include high ceilings, custom book shelves, and a parquet hardwood floor.
The former anchor could put his feet up in front of a cozy wood-burning fireplace. His apartment also featured a chef-quality kitchen with top-of-the-line appliances, two wine refrigerators, multiple ovens, and enough room for a kitchen table.
Lauer didn't just have bedrooms—but a bedroom wing! The condo's buyer—who must have megabucks--will enjoy two secondary bedrooms with in-suite baths, and a beautiful and private master bedroom suite with two spacious dressing rooms, two marble master bathrooms, and a master sitting area/den. We pay for juicy info! Do you have a story for RadarOnline.com? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org, or call us at (866) ON-RADAR (667-2327) any time, day or night.