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Greta Garbo and Melvyn Douglas in a still from the 1932 film, "As You Desire Me." Hulton Archive/Getty Images

The New York co-op belonging to Hollywood film icon Greta Garbo has gone on the market and could be yours for a cool $5.95 million, cash. The seven-room, 2,855-square-foot apartment with 34-by-20 foot living room boasts three bedrooms and bathrooms, along with a home office, library, private elevator, laundry room, storage space and views of the East River in five rooms from oversize windows.

The New York Times reported Garbo’s great nieces and nephews decided to list the very exclusive co-op after inheriting it from their parents. It’s listed with Halstead, one of the largest real estate brokerage firms in New York, New Jersey and Connecticut. It has a monthly maintenance fee of $9,090.

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Garbo, who was famed for the line, “I want to be alone” in the movie “Grand Hotel,” moved into the co-op on the fifth floor of the Companile on East 52nd Street in 1953, living there until her death in 1990.

Great-nephew Derek Reisfield, a co-founder of MarketWatch and whose mother was Garbo’s sole heir, told the Times Garbo liked watching the boat traffic, feeling it was “reminiscent of where she grew up in Stockholm.”

The apartment is currently vacant. The buyer will have to come up with an all-cash offer since the building does not allow financing. In addition to Garbo, the Companile has boasted other luminaries, including Rex Harrison, Ethel Barrymore and members of the Rothschild and Heinz families.

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Though the unit’s kitchen and bathrooms were redone in the 1990s, much of the apartment still is done in the pinks and greens the actress preferred.

“She decorated her home in a way that was very comfortable,” Reisfield told the Times. “She chose pine paneling, which has more of a country element.”

Garbo earned a reputation as a recluse but Reisfield told the Times she just wanted to live her life on her own terms and eschewed the whole Hollywood circus. He said she found she could go out in New York City with relative anonymity and said her datebooks showed she had quite an active social life.

Town and Country noted Garbo insisted she never said, “ ‘I want to be alone.’ I only said, ‘I want to be left alone.’ There is all the difference.”

The Swedish-born actress was nominated for the Best Actress Oscar three times for her work in the 1920s and 1930s, and received the Academy Honorary Award in 1954 for her “luminous and unforgettable screen performances.” The American Film Institute ranks Garbo fifth on the list of greatest Hollywood stars, just behind Katharine Hepburn, Bette Davis, Audrey Hepburn and Ingrid Bergman.

Take a look at Garbo's co-op below:

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Greta Garbo's Manhattan co-op boasts expansive views of the East River. Photo credit is Halstead Property LLC
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Greta Garbo's Manhattan co-op has a 34-by-20 foot living room. Photo credit is Halstead Property LLC
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One of the three bedrooms in Greta Garbo's Manhattan co-op has a V’soske rug the actress designed. Photo credit is Halstead Property LLC