American biographer Doris Kearns bought an apartment in the Ritz North Tower worth $2.56 million in August 2019. The apartment features 2,242 square feet of living space that includes 3 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms.
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Doris Kearns' Lavish Houses
Doris Kearns recently became the proud owner of an apartment in the Ritz North Tower. Her townhouse complex values $2.56 million.
The condo is like one-third of the size of her villa. The apartment features 2,242 square feet of living space that includes 3 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms.
Also, the complex has a library. Her original mansion has not enough space for their book collection so due to this reason she moved to her apartment.
Her new home includes a well-appointed kitchen with a breakfast bar, lavish living room, an abundance of large windows throughout allow for city and river views.
In addition, the master bedroom which features marble overlay from floor to ceiling comes with a small yet cute sitting area in front of a bay window.
Similarly, Kearns and her late husband, Richard Goodwin also owned a farmhouse in Boston Concord which is not less than a huge and beautiful library as she is obsessed with books.
She has listed the villa at the market price of $1.9 million.
The house has built-in bookshelves with beautiful window couches to enjoy them. The mansion which was constructed under two acres of land includes five bedrooms, three full baths, and a partial bath.
While talking about the house, she said:
“It’s been a happy house. . . . It’s hard to leave, there’s a lot of love that can come into this house. Houses tell stories, and I want the house to have a good story like we did here.’’
How Rich Is Doris Kearns Goodwin?
Doris Kearns Goodwin, 76, is a popular American biographer, historian, and political commentator whose current net worth is $10 million.
In the late '60s, Kearns, during the initial phase of her career served as one of the staff of Lyndon B. Johnson. Later, she worked as a professor at Harvard for a decade.
After that, she started to work on the memoir of Lyndon B.Johnson titled as Lyndon Johnson and the American Dream. The book published in 1997 was a national bestseller. According to the Amazon, the book is $49.90 in hardcover and $28.99 in paperback.
Then, Doris began winning lots of literary awards which include the Pulitzer Prize. Moreover, her successful books include Team of Rivals: The Political Genius of Abraham Lincoln, No Ordinary Time: Franklin, and Eleanor Roosevelt –The American Homefront During World War II.