And be prepared to pay over $9000 PER MONTH in condo fees!!
Lots of pics at link.
Now for the first time in 64 years, the film legend’s seven-room Manhattan residence is up for sale for nearly $6 million.
Garbo, one of Hollywood’s biggest stars in the 1920s and 30s, lived in the co-op overlooking East River from 1954 until she died in 1990 aged 84.
Reisfield and her husband lived in the apartment from about 1992 to 2013 before relocating to San Francisco.
The Swedish-born star’s apartment has been listed for $5.95 million with Halstead brokers William A. Kerr, Brian Lewis and William Kerr.
Proving time is a cruel mistress.
The agents say the sprawling three bedroom, three bath apartment is mostly how Garbo left it. It features a private elevator lobby, an L-shaped living room and a separate library/den area.
The co-op is located on the fifth floor of the 14-story Campanile building on East 52nd Street. Its monthly maintenance comes in at nearly $9,100.
The 1927 building is situated in a quiet cul-de-sac facing the East River, which was the perfect place for the elusive movie star to take refuge from media and fans.
Garbo was renowned for her aversion to publicity. She refused invitations to parties and receptions when she first arrived in Hollywood in 1925 and would not even attend her own film premieres.
She also stopped giving interviews early on in her career.