The singer and Kinky Boots composer lately sold the three-bedroom nation house.
Singer Cyndi Lauper called this three-bedroom, four-bathroom getaway in North Stamford, Connecticut house for over 30 years. But since the entertainer — that made a splash at last night’s Grammys — currently resides permanently in New York, she decided to associate with it and sold the home for $804,625. Here’s a look inside.
LAUPER PUT THE HOUSE ON THE MARKET FOR $1.25 MILLION LAST MAY.
Broker Michael Leventhal said told the Stamford Advocate,”We decided to price it aggressively and got at least five or six provides in a bidding war.”
IT WAS ORIGINALLY BUILT FOR FOOTWEAR DESIGNER VINCE CAMUTO IN 1975.
Lauper, 64, picked it up in 1986 and lived there with her husband, actor Dave Thornton, along with their son.
IT SITS ON ABOUT ONE-AND-A-HALF ACRES.
There is an in-ground pool plus another guest house that were previously utilized as a music studio.
LAUPER DECORATED HER STUDIO”LIKE A ROPED-OFF SALON IN A MUSEUM,” THE ADVOCATE REPORTS.