Lauren Bacall's Apartment Hits Market for $26M

Lauren Bacall

Lauren Bacall died Aug. 12 of a stroke in her longtime home in the Dakota, the famous Upper West Side building that overlooks Central Park in Manhattan. The willowy actress whose husky voice, sultry beauty and all-too-short May-December romance with Humphrey Bogart made her an everlasting icon of Hollywood, earned two Tony Awards and received an Oscar nomination during her decades-long career.

The actress had lived there since the 1960s

Lauren Bacall's NYC apartment is now for sale.

The legendary actress' place, where she lived from the 1960s until her death in August, has hit the market for $26 million, Forbes reports.

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The pad is located within the Upper West Side's famed Dakota Building, where John Lennon was murdered. The Dakota has also been home to many other stars, including Judy GarlandGilda Radner, Connie Chung and Maury Povich, Joe Namath and Jack Palance.

Bacall's apartment boasts three bedrooms, all of which face Central Park, and three-and-a-half bathrooms.

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The home, featuring wood floors that date to the building's construction in 1884, includes a library, great room, butler's pantry and maid's room, which had been used as an office.

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