Whoopi Goldberg has her two-bedroom, 3,600-square-foot loft in Manhattan's Soho neighborhood on the market for $3,990,000.


As we continue to dig out from a pile of unremarked-upon items, we wanted to highlight Goldberg's listing of her full-floor co-op unit in Soho. Props to the New York Post's Cindy Adams, who broke the story last month of Goldberg's listing of the loft co-op unit.

Features in Goldberg's unit include two and a half baths, exposed brick, high ceilings, polished wood floors, large mahogany windows, historical elements, and a home entertainment system that includes a 58-inch, flat-screen plasma TV, according to listing information.

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We have no idea where Goldberg is off to should the "View" co-host unload this place. However, the Real Estalker gave a nice rundown last month of Goldberg's current housing situation. We have little to add to that, but we'll give the info that we know to be true, according to current public records:

--Goldberg in 1993 paid $2,547,500 for a 7,039-square-foot house on Amalfi Drive in Los Angeles' Pacific Palisades area; she continues to own that house to this day;

--She has owned a 1,452-square-foot house in Berkeley, Calif. since 1985;

--Goldberg owns a 27.8-acre, vacant parcel on Cream Hill Road in Cornwall, Conn., which she purchased in 1992;

--And, she continues to own a massive spread in Windham County, Vt.

To our knowledge, Goldberg no longer owns property in Tuxedo Park, N.Y.; public records show that she sold her 8,638-square-foot house on 2.9 acres at 79 Turtle Point Road in Tuxedo Park in 2005 for $4,600,500.