Supermodel Naomi Campbell’s six-room, 3,100-square-foot condominium unit on Park Avenue in Manhattan has gone under contract for below the last asking price of $4.95 million, the New York Post is reporting (NY Post).

Naomi paid around $4 million to buy the three-bedroom duplex unit in 2005, and she originally listed it last spring for $5.25 million. The paper helpfully reminds readers that that apartment is where Campbell is accused of having attacked maids—on two separate occasions! The paper reports that the unit has a double-height living room with a “floating” master bedroom suite, a professional-grade kitchen, four baths, a library and a terrace.

The supermodel is moving because she has already bought a one-bedroom in a condo building at 55 Wall Street. The Post reported that she’s also close to going to contract on a large two-bedroom condo in “the high $2 million range.”

Also in New York-area real estate, the Post reports that a 15-acre, oceanfront estate in Sagaponack, N.Y. has been listed for $65 million. The property, which is actually six contiguous parcels, is cut in half by a public road, and also has a five-bedroom, 5,000-square-foot shingled residence with a staff apartment and an oceanside pool. And, the paper reports that investment banker J. Christopher Flowers, who paid $53 million late last year for a 25-room town house at 4 E. 75th St. in Manhattan, now has paid $19 million for a duplex co-op at 66 E. 79th St., which will be his home while the town house is gut-renovated. And, he also just paid $17 million for a 21-room town house at 12 E. 73rd St. that was part of a legal dispute that he had been in that dates back several years. The paper reported that now that the dispute has been resolved and the sale closed, Flowers is expected to put the 73rd Street town house on the market.