Actress Debra Winger is re-listing her NYC abode


Oscar-nominated actress Debra Winger — who starred in “An Officer and a Gentleman,” “Urban Cowboy” and “Terms of Endearment” — has put the uptown home she shares with her husband, the actor and screenwriter Arliss Howard, back on the market following a price drop and a broker swap. 

She famously quit Hollywood, after feuding with Richard Gere and Shirley MacLaine, and currently plays Ruth, the mother of an LA teacher in “Mr. Corman” on Apple TV+.

The show’s creator and star, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, has said casting Winger as his mom was a big deal because she’s a “meaningful artist” who, decades ago, refused “to be reduced to a plot device or a pretty thing.”

Her two-bedroom, two-bath co-op is in a grand Beaux-Arts building at 300 W. 109th St.

It’s now asking $1.49 million — down from its $1.77 million ask last November, further down from its $1.95 million ask in 2019.

An interior of the UWS home's living room.
The home sports large picture windows.
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Interior of the lobby of the UWS building.
The building features a grand lobby.
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Exterior of the UWS building.
The landmarked building, known as the Manhasset, was completed in the early 1900s.
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The couple bought it for $1.85 million in 2015. 

The second-floor co-op comes with a formal dining room with a bay window, an eat-in kitchen, custom closets and large picture windows.

Details include high ceilings, oak floors and oak millwork and trim. The landmarked building, known as the Manhasset, was completed in the early 1900s. It features a grand lobby, pillars, and a copper-trimmed mansard roof. It also comes with a live-in super, a video security system, storage and bike rooms.

The listing broker is Victoria Vinokur of Brown Harris Stevens. 



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