Recently deposed “Dateline NBC” anchor Stone Phillips and his wife have sold their two-bedroom, triplex penthouse co-op unit on Central Park West in Manhattan for $4,350,000, according to public records.
Located in the Oliver Cromwell building at 12 West 72nd Street in Manhattan, Phillips first listed his 27th-floor unit in the fall of 2005 for $5.5 million, according to the New York Observer, whose blog broke the news of the sale last week. Features in the six-room unit include two and a half baths, a 300-square-foot, planted terrace with an outdoor sound system and spotlights on landmarked façade obelisk sculptures, a kitchen with oak cabinets and a heated floor, a wainscoted dining room with leather paneled walls, a living room with herringbone oak floors and 10-foot ceilings, a study/office, and three high-definition TVs, according to listing information.
Check out the listing for Phillips’ unit here.
Why did Phillips sell? In September 2005, he paid $4.4 million for a 4,100-square-foot loft at 8 W. 19th Street in Manhattan’s Chelsea neighborhood. He and his wife also own a house on a 1.17-acre lot in Dobbs Ferry, N.Y. (in Westchester County) as well, according to public records.