The quirky and colorful Upper East Side townhouse where artist Al Hirschfeld once drew his caricatures of theater folks hit the market just three weeks ago, but it's already found a buyer. The house, where the artist lived from the 1940s through his death in 2003, has a few Hirschfeld-painted fireplace tiles and wallpaper printed with his caricatures, which surely factored into the $5.295 million ask. The listing labels the house as in contract, but no word yet on the buyer or the final price. Any estimates?
· Listing: 122 East 95th Street [Corcoran]
· 122 East 95th Street [StreetEasy]
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