Cuomo’s former Queens home sells for $2M

The six-bedroom in Douglas Manor hit the market in 2014

TRD New York /
Mar.March 31, 2016 01:45 PM

Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s former six-bedroom home in the Queens waterfront community of Douglas Manor sold to an unidentified buyer for $2.4 million after more than a year and a half on the market.

The white colonial at 122 Grosvenor Street first hit the market in May 2014, asking around $3.1 million. The price on the 4.5-bathroom home was cut to $2.7 million in February last year.

Douglas Elliman’s Michael Stanco and Michael Misiti, who had the listing, told the Associated Press the sale was finalized in January.

Cuomo lived at the home with his then-wife Kerry Kennedy. In 1993, the Cuomos sold the property. Brian and Pascale Hainline were the owners before the sale, according to Curbed.

The colonial property is reportedly the sister home to an Long Island estate that some say is the inspiration for “The Great Gatsby.” [AP]Dusica Sue Malesevic


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