Soap opera star Noelle Beck sells Gramercy townhouse for $14M

Noelle Beck is probably “loving” life right now. The soap opera star (who played Trisha Alden on ABC’s “Loving”) has just sold her townhouse at 243 East 17th Street in Gramercy for $13.5 million, after it lingered on the market for more than two years.

Of course, Beck and her husband, Eric Peterson, only paid $1.6 million for the home in 1997, so don’t feel too bad it took them that long to sell. They originally listed it for a hair under $17 million in December 2014, and the price gradually dropped to its selling price.

The listing, with Emily Beare and Patrick Lilly of Core, notes that the 6,494-square-foot home has seven bedrooms and five and a half bathrooms (there’s also an extra 1,950 square feet on the lower floor). It is currently configured as a four-bedroom owner’s unit, plus two one-bedroom units. It has five fireplaces, moldings, a Clive Christian kitchen, a master bedroom with a private terrace and views of Stuyvesant Square Park.

The buyer bought under the LLC Iona On The Park.