Judith and husband Jerry Sheindlin, the famous TV personalities and judges in real life (both appeared as the judges on The People’s Court, an American arbitration-based reality court show) have listed their super-luxurious Manhattan apartment for a whopping $9 million.
The pied- à–terre is situated on the 11th floor of the swank Sherry-Netherland building, located within the Upper East Side Historic District. It was first bought by Judge Judy for $6,750,000 in 2009 and the husband converted the wood paneled dining-room into a library.
It covers 3,000 square feet and boasts two bedrooms and 2.5 bathrooms (each of the bedrooms has its own marble bathroom); the master bedroom has two fancy walk-in closets, each one bigger than most studio apartments in Manhattan. A wide foyer which leads into an almost 30 sq ft living room featuring dark hardwood floors, striped wall coverings and jaw-dropping views of Fifth Avenue, lower Central Park and Grand Army Plaza. The adjacent room, the dining-room converted into library, is suitable for relaxing activities, such as watching television or reading a glossy magazine. The kitchen is rather small but well equipped and next to it there is the laundry room.
Judge Judy is on of the best-paid TV personalities and allegedly makes $123,000 a day, so of course they can afford to pay for the monthly $17,411 on the maintenance costs.