NY1’s Pat Kiernan buys Brooklyn townhouse

Anchor pays $2 million for Williamsburg home

May.May 01, 2012 07:00 AM

Pat Kiernan
NY1’s Pat Kiernan better start paying closer attention to the station’s outer-borough traffic reports.

The longtime news anchor bought a newly renovated townhouse in Williamsburg, property records revealed last month. Kiernan, who currently lives on the Upper West Side, landed the three-story, 20-foot-wide townhouse at 135 Bedford Avenue for $2.03 million, a tad under the $2.1 million price listing agents Kris Sylvester and Sarah Williams of Halstead Property were asking.

The 2,600-square-foot home has four bedrooms and two-and-a-half bathrooms, along with a professional chef’s kitchen, home office and media room, according to the listing. Its previous owner, listed on property records as Whitney Jiranek, purchased the property for $1.1 million

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