Doris Roberts is best remembered for playing Marie Barone, Ray Romano’s mother on “Everybody Loves Raymond.” But Roberts, who passed away in April 2016, could also be remembered for her Emmy-award-winning performances, animal-rights activism or her tony five-bedroom duplex along Central Park South.
Roberts’ estate have now listed her her co-op at 200 Central Park South for $3.2 million, according to the Post.. The apartment features a marble foyer, two terraces with park views, and oversized windows.
There are also new hardwood floors, built-in banquet, bar area with wine refrigerator, a curved staircase and a master suite.
Roberts is supposed to have once said, “When I go, if there’s a tombstone it will say, ‘She doesn’t give in. She doesn’t give up. And she never takes no for an answer.'”
We wonder if that was also her approach to selling real estate.