David Duchovny has sold his Upper West Side co-op, The Real Deal reports.
The three-bedroom, three-bath home is located on the 19th floor of The Ardsley at 320 Central Park West at 92nd Street. According to the Streeteasy listing, features include a private elevator landing, park views, a private terrace, fireplace and large formal dining room.
“The X-Files” actor sold it to an unknown buyer for $5.7 million, having purchased it in 2012 for $6 million shortly after his split with fellow celebrity Tea Leoni (they finalized their divorce in 2014).
Duchovny originally tried to sell the apartment for $7.5 million in 2021, according to Realtor.com.
Designed by architect Emery Roth, The Ardsley comes with a live-in super and 24-hour doorman, fitness center, children’s playroom, library, storage room, bike room and laundry room.
The Ardsley was also once home to Barbara Streisand, who owned the penthouse duplex from 1963 to 2002 (having first moved in with her former husband Elliot Gould). In the 1940s, Streisand’s apartment was also owned by Lorenz Hart, a lyricist best known for his role in Rogers and Hart.
In other David Duchovny news, Rob Lowe said he wants to fight him, according to Men’s Health, but Duchovny said he “would not enjoy that.”