Actor Tony Randall’s widow, Heather Harlan, has listed the 10-room co-op unit in the Beresford building in Manhattan that they had shared for $17.5 million.


The Wall Street Journal today first reported on the listing of the sixth-floor unit in the exclusive building, at 211 Central Park West. Randall had owned the unit since the 1980s, the paper reported, when he lived there with his first wife, Florence Gibbs, who died in 1992. He and Harlan, who was 50 years his junior, wed in 1995. Randall died in 2004 at age 84.


Features in the four-bedroom unit include four baths, a staff room with a bath, Central Park views, a private elevator landing, a 29-foot-by-11-foot gallery, a corner living room with five windows on the park and a wood-burning fireplace, a formal dining room with three windows on the park, a library that faces the park, and an eat-in kitchen with top-of-the-line appliances, custom cabinetry and a butler’s pantry, according to listing information. Other features include coffered ceilings, electric shades, and a servant’s hall with wine storage, according to listing information.

Check out listing information for the unit here.