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Lauren Bacall's longtime home in Manhattan's Dakota building brings $21 million

Lauren Bacall's longtime home in Manhattan's Dakota building brings $21 million

The New York City co-op the late actress Lauren Bacall called home for more than half a century has sold for $21 million, public records show.

Thirteen-foot-high ceilings give the Dakota building apartment an airy feeling. Views from the nine-room unit take in treetops, Central Park and the Manhattan cityscape.

Among original features is the foyer fireplace. Rooms opening off the 70-foot-long central hall include a living room, a library and a formal dining room.

Pocket doors, wainscoting and a corner china cabinet are among details in the dining room, which has a fireplace and connects to a butler’s pantry.

The cozy library...

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