This duplex on Central Park South comes with outdoor space and park views, as well as a celebrity past.
It’s the former home of Doris Roberts, who played Ray Romano’s mother Marie on “Everybody Loves Raymond.” (She died in 2016, at age 90.)
The co-op, at 200 Central Park South, is asking $3.87 million — down half a million dollars from its $4.34 million asking price earlier this month.
The spread consists of two separate units. One is a two-bedroom, two-bathroom on the 11th and 12th floors, where Roberts lived.
The second, around 1,000 square feet, is a disconnected unit on the 12th floor that could be combined to create around 2,800 square feet of living space.
The units can also be bought separately: Roberts’ former duplex is now asking $2.75 million, down from $2.95 million.
If combined, the units can feature three bedrooms, 3½ bathrooms and views from the