You Can Sleep in Lester Holt's Bedroom

Do you want to wake up in NBC Anchor Lester Holt's bedroom?

Now you can.

Holt and his wife have put their Manhattan apartment in a Beaux-Arts Fifth Avenue building for $6.6 million.

Holt and his wife are trying to make a tidy profit as well. The couple bought the second-story condo at The Grand Madison in 2007 for $3.322 million under a trust in Mr. Holt’s name, according to property records.

The three-bedroom home with views over Madison Square Park and the Flatiron Building hit the market on Monday. Holt's real estate agent wife is working as the listing agent alongside Joann Wasserman.

The three-bedroom, two-and-a-half-bathroom apartment spans 2,168 square feet and has a 48-foot terrace accessible from the bedrooms. The apartment has 11-foot ceilings, and a modern open kitchen with an eat-in island, Poggenpohl marsh oak wood cabinetry, and Viking and Miele appliances, according to the listing.

The family has designed the interiors in mostly neutral palettes and mid-century modern furniture, images of the interior show. The only evidence that Mr. Holt lives there is a double bass on display in the living room—an instrument the TV news star is known to play in his downtime.

H/T Mansion Global