Unusual apartments are notoriously hard to sell. But this medieval-looking spread on Gramercy Park just found its knight is shining armor.
After languishing for more than three years on the market, the co-op at 44 Gramercy Park North has sold, a source told the New York Post.
The apartment is adorned with 14 stained-glass windows, a stone fireplace and carved wooden doors. The unidentified sellers are said to have lived there for nearly 60 years. The buyers were also not identified by the Post.
The 12th-floor unit, located within a 16-story, 1930s building designed by prominent New York architectural firm Schwartz and Gross, was asking $7 million when it first hit the market in 2014. It later dropped its asking price to just $3.75 million.
Here is a look inside.