Actress Carol Burnett has sold her two-bedroom, 23rd-floor unit in Manhattan's Trump International Hotel & Tower condominium building for $5,580,000. trump_international_top_closeup.jpg The New York Observer's "Manhattan Transfers" column on Wednesday got the terrific scoop of Burnett's sale earlier this month of the unit, which measures 1,694 square feet (according to public records) or 1,945 square feet (according to the Observer's reading of listing information). Indeed, public records show that Burnett's Big Apple Holdings LLC company sold the unit, which is at 1 Central Park West, to a Houston-based LLC company (which does not appear to be controlled by a celebrity) on April 3, with the deal closing on April 14. Burnett's Big Apple Trust (we don't know how Burnett was able to shift her ownership structure from a trust to an LLC without a formal document being filed with the city) paid $2,500,000 in January 2001 to purchase the unit, according to public records. The unit had been listed for $5,795,000. Features in the unit include custom built-ins, custom closets, crown moldings, and a sound system, according to listing information. Check out an online listing sheet for Burnett's old unit. Burnett continues to own a home in Montecito, Calif. as well. In his column, the Observer's Max Abelson didn't state for certain whether Burnett still owns her house in Montecito. We, however, can confirm that Burnett's Melton Trust (Burnett named the trust whose name is on her Montecito property after her late mother's maiden name) does indeed still own the house, which is on a 0.85-acre parcel at 927 Brooktree Road in Montecito. Public records state that the house measures just 2,840 square feet, but a Santa Barbara County zoning application in 2005 that Burnett applied for (she was looking to make a very small addition and also add a small accessory structure) states that the Brooktree Road house measures 5,234 square feet. As Abelson noted in his column on Wednesday, Burnett did indeed try selling the Montecito house in 2001 for $36 million, as Forbes had reported at that time. Not surprisingly, the comedienne found no takers at that eye-popping asking price.