“I don't spend much time in New York City these days," The Real Housewives of New York City alum told Forbes. "It's time for a change of scenery. Once I sell [the apartment], it will be fun exploring new places to live. Since I love tennis, I want to spend more time in a climate that is suited for it.”
The publication reported that her three-bedroom, four-bathroom abode was gut renovated less than a year ago, a process that included the installation of smart home technology, and is being offered a price that's below the neighborhood average, according to Zarin's real estate agent Jessica Cohen. “Out of 11 actively listed condo homes that are 3 bedrooms, up and down First Avenue (from East 50th-70th Streets) and within one Avenue East or West (from Second to York Avenues) — we find the average square footage to be 1,929," Cohen explained. "Those are asking an average of $1,865 per square foot. For Jill’s newly renovated condo, we are asking a modest $1,685 per square foot!”
Beautiful and a relative bargain? Let's take a peek inside the condo that Jill has lived in for 17 years.
A dramatic black wall is the perfect place for a great flat-screen TV that is inconspicuous when not in use.
Dining with a quintessential NYC view. There's space for a much larger table if your entertaining needs demand more room to eat.
According to Forbes, Jill's kitchen includes custom cabinets and quartz countertop by Compac Surfaces, a Miele dishwaster, Bosch induction stove and not one, but two different fridges — one's just for wine.
A smart toilet and fog-proof mirrors make the bathroom one of the most tech-savvy spots in the house.
Blackout shades and a Sonos sound system make the master a perfect place to chill. You can even rearrange so that you're waking up to that view.
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