Zosia Mamet, the actress and daughter of playwright royal David Mamet and actress Lindsay Crouse, has sold her Upper West Side apartment for 1.2 million.
Mamet killed it in “The Flight Attendant,“ where she played Kaley Cuoco’s best friend on and off screen in a more grown-up version of her starring role in Lena Dunham’s often-maligned “Girls.”
The two- or flexible three-bedroom maisonette-style apartment is in a prewar building designed by Rosario Candela at 522 West End Ave.
Listed most recently for $ 1.25 million in February, this deal comes at a bit of a loss for Mamet, who purchased the spread in 2015 for 1.22 million.
An entry foyer opens to a large living area between two bedrooms – and a windowed, wood-paneled dining room. Both bedrooms overlook the building’s rear garden.
The unit also features a kitchen with lots of storage and details like restored solid hardwood floors, original wainscoting, high ceilings and large windows. The building comes with a shared back patio garden and bike storage.
The listing broker was Colin Montgomery of Sotheby’s International Realty.