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Gayfryd Steinberg once ruled New York’s ’80s Nouvelle Society with her late husband, corporate raider Saul Steinberg — before they sold their 740 Park Ave. home to Blackstone’s Stephen Schwarzman and auctioned some of their most prized possessions.
She is now married to Vanity Fair writer Michael Shnayerson, hiking in the Swiss Alps, looking as glamorous as ever — and has finally sold her Upper East Side townhouse.
The price — $11.6 million, according to property records — is far less than the $18.75 million she asked for just last year.
The five-story, 20-foot-wide brownstone is at 46 E. 73rd St.
At 8,310 square feet, it comes with five bedrooms and 5½ bathrooms.
Steinberg bought the townhouse in 2002 for $5.3 million from art collector Donald Rubell.
The formal townhouse opens with a foyer that leads into a gallery with an open spiral staircase.
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