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Singer Cyndi Lauper called this three-bedroom, four-bathroom getaway in North Stamford, Connecticut home for more than 30 years. But since the entertainer — who — now lives permanently in New York, she decided to part with it and . Here's a look inside.
Lauper put the house on the market for $1.25 million last May.
She reduced the price to $935,000 in August. Broker Michael Leventhal said told the Stamford Advocate, "We decided to price it aggressively and got at least five or six offers 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, and their son.
It sits on about one-and-a-half acres.
There's an in-ground pool and a separate guest house that was formerly used as a music studio.
Lauper decorated her studio"like a roped-off salon in a museum," the Advocate reports.
Her platinum records accented the wall above her soundboard.
"A throw pillow airbrushed with her likeness [was] perched perfectly on a love seat."
The main house's front door is from a 19th-century English manor house.
The great room's vaulted ceiling features hand-painted pink and green stenciling.
The master bathroom includes French tiles.
A train-car bench imported from Paris makes a perfect breakfast spot the kitchen.
Lauper and her family reportedly sold the house because her son is away at college and she lives full-time in Manhattan.
The house where she wrote Kinky Boots now belongs to someone else.