It’s not clear precisely how much Couric paid for the unit in the 1990s, but it’s now on the market for $8.25 million.
The unit is located on the third floor of a full-service, white glove building and is entered through a semi-private elevator landing, which leads to the entry gallery. The formal entertaining rooms, including a living room with three large windows, face Park Avenue, as does the dining room. In addition, there are original parquet wood floors, a separate library and a double staff room, equipped with a bathroom.
The eat-in kitchen is adjacent to a breakfast room and butler’s pantry, and the space can “easily accommodate large dinner parties,” assures the listing shared by Stribling brokers Alexa Lambert, Marc Achilles and Julie Soffen.
It’s safe to say we know where Couric and her husband John Molner will be going next and it’s not too far away from this perch on 93rd and Park. The couple purchased a $12.17 million five-bedroom, five-bathroom condo in March 2016, which occupies the entire 10th floor of 151 East 78th Street.