Barefoot Contessa lists UES digs for $2M

She just bought another apartment in the neighborhood

Mar.March 16, 2017 10:05 AM

71 East 77th Street and Ina Garten (Credit: Stribling & Associates and Getty Images)

You can now — literally — follow in Ina Garten’s barefoot footsteps in the kitchen. All you need is $2 million.

The Barefoot Contessa listed her Upper East Side pied-a-terre for $1.97 million, the New York Post reported. The celebrity chef and her husband, Jeffrey, converted the co-op apartment at 71 East 77th Street from a two-bedroom into a one-bedroom with a double-height living room and luxe master bedroom.

The couple purchased another UES apartment at 563 Park Avenue in August, Luxury Listings reported. They paid $4.7 million for the two-bedroom, 2,450-square-foot unit. That apartment’s listing described the kitchen as “perfect for an enthusiastic cook.”

Alexa Lambert, Merrill Curtis and Marc Achilles of Stribling & Associates are handling the 77th Street listing. [NYP] — Kathryn Brenzel 

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