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She was the oddball beautiful human — the nice “normal” niece, Marilyn — on the first season of The Munsters, the iconic 1960s television series.
Now the late actress Beverley Owen’s former Upper West Side home, at 33 Riverside Drive, has hit the market for $495,000.
The one-bedroom, one-bathroom, second-floor co-op is being sold by her estate.
The Art Deco building, by top architect George F. Pelham, was also home to music legends like the composer Sergei Rachmaninoff and the composer/songwriting brothers George and Ira Gershwin.
The apartment features herringbone floors, lots of storage and built in bookshelves.
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