‘Waltons’ star Richard Thomas buys a home on Billionaires’ Row

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Known for his Emmy-winning relation arsenic John-Boy connected “The Waltons” and arsenic Agent Frank Gaad connected “The Americans,” Richard Thomas conscionable bought a $1.85 cardinal pied-à-terre connected Billionaires’ Row — rather the spot to accidental your goodnights.

The fancy co-op is successful the landmarked Alwyn Court, astatine 180 West 58th St. It was primitively asking $2.995 cardinal successful 2017 earlier shaving a cardinal from its price.

Thomas is present based successful Santa Fe, but New York is wherever helium grew up, and wherever his parents — ballet dancers — owned the New York School of Ballet.

He adjacent went to Columbia College, studying Chinese and past English, earlier dropping retired to enactment afloat time.

The two-bedroom, two-bathroom prewar location opens to an entranceway gallery, starring to an unfastened living/dining area, wherever a wood-burning fireplace is flanked by customized bookcases.

There’s besides a windowed chef’s room and a sitting country successful the main bedroom. Original details see hardwood floors, moldings and precocious ceilings.

The surviving  country   wrong  the West 58th home. The histrion tin marque bully usage of the home’s wood-burning fireplace arsenic wintertime approaches. Michael Weinstein
One of the bedrooms wrong  the Midtown home. One of 2 bedrooms, sitting beauteous connected the pied-à-terre’s hardwood floors. Michael Weinstein
The co-op's room  area.The high-ceilinged Midtown flat has a windowed chef’s kitchen. Michael Weinstein

The French Renaissance-style, terra cotta-facade gathering is connected the National Register of Historic Places and dates to 1909.

The listing broker was Louise Phillips Forbes, of Brown Harris Stevens.