Annie Leibovitz’s old Central Park pad returns with price cut

This Fifth Avenue apartment, with picture-perfect Central Park views, was once owned by famed photographer Annie Leibovitz.

The spacious four-bedroom, 3½-bathroom home, located at 1255 Fifth Ave. on the stretch called Museum Mile because of its many cultural institutions, is about to hit the market for $2.99 million — down from its previous ask of $3.77 million last year.

At 3,042 square feet, the third-floor condo (which has grown in size since Leibovitz lived there thanks to the combination of adjacent apartments by later owners) features a living room with cathedral-style beamed ceilings that reach 14 feet.

The residence also has its own private terrace.

The eight-story building, which dates to 1925 and is located between East 107th and East 108th streets, comes with a common roof terrace, a gym, bike storage and laundry on every floor.

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