NY1 morning anchor Pat Kiernan is selling an extra apartment he picked up in Williamsburg after he and his family made the one-way commute from their Upper West Side co-op to a Bedford Avenue townhouse (h/t Observer). The Kiernans landed at 135 Bedford Avenue, a lovely four-bedroom townhouse near McCarren Park, in 2012, shortly before picking up the nearby duplex condo on North 7th Street.
The Kiernans dished out $860,000 on the two-bedroom, two-bathroom duplex and, never having lived in it, sold it for $1.06 million, just shy of the $1.23 million it was first listed for in November.
The duplex is pretty basic (read: depressing) by Williamsburg’s standards—no heated sidewalks or “jam rooms” here—and comes with a private garden, central A/C and in-apartment laundry. Half of the railroad apartment is underground, but that’s what $1 million buys in Williamsburg these days.