When it comes to bigots from Queens, Archie Bunker set the standard in Norman Lear’s great comedy series from the 1970s, “All In The Family.” But the actor who gave America its first cringe-making TV character, Carroll O’Connor, had a different sort of life in Manhattan at The Dakota before he passed away in 2001.

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Now his apartment in one of NYC’s most iconic buildings has been sold. According to Luxe Listings, O’Connor’s family accepted $2.837 million for the 2-bedroom, 2-bathroom co-op at 1 West 72nd Street.

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The apartment had been listed for $3.6 million in 2015, and saw a series of price reductions. Still, there’s nothing quite like the prewar splendor of the Dakota’s dwellings. The O’Connor’s south-facing unit was of typically grand scale: 14-foot ceilings and rooms big enough to host a cast party.

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O’Connor was born in Manhattan, but raised in the Queens neighborhood of Forest Hills. O’Connor had one son, Hugh, who predeceased him in 1995 at the age of 33 after committing suicide from a long battle with drug addiction.