Guilty! Judge Judy’s $9 Million Home for Sale
What's a little old $9 million apartment to Judge Judy, who according to International Business Times earns $123,000 a day?
At age 70, this is one woman who won't have to worry about her retirement. Instead, she and husband Jerry (also a judge) can enjoy traveling between their other homes: the penthouse in Naples, Florida and their 9-bedroom mansion in Greenwich, Connecticut.
The judge couple bought this co-op apartment at the Sherry Netherland on New York City's Fifth Avenue a little over three years ago for $6.75 million. They chose well with the large corner living-dining room facing west and south overlooking the Avenue and Central Park.
The 2-bedroom, 2½ baths are in a split configuration giving total privacy when entertaining overnight guests. The master has a bathroom with window and there are two large walk-in closets - with rumors saying that hers is the size of a New York studio apartment. Kitchen and bathrooms have been updated and the laundry room is just off the kitchen. The paneled den adjoining the living room is perfect for either a family retreat or can alternately be used as a formal dining room.
An unusual bonus that comes with this apartment is the 10th floor room that can be used either as an office or for storage. Another bonus is that the Sherry has full hotel services including daily maid service, concierge, gym, doorman, elevator operators, beauty salon and barber shop - wonderful conveniences for any judge on the go.
Her Honor is asking cool $9 million. Proceeds should cover enough fuel for their private jet to do a little shopping at Galeries Lafayette in Paris for a day or two.