The home of the late "60 Minutes'" correspondent Andy Rooney has gone on the market in the Rowayton section of Norwalk.
The 2,474-square-foot, four-bedroom, one-bath Tudor-style home was built in 1882 and is situated atop a hill, within walking distance of the village and train station.
The Rooneys purchased the home in the 1950s and raised their four children there. For the majority of his career, Rooney commuted to CBS in New York from the Rowayton home for his "60 Minutes" segment, "A Few Minutes with Andy Rooney."
His lower level office has a U-shaped walnut table reminiscent of the one seen on "60 Minutes," along with his typewriter where he would often write.
Later in his life, while also having an apartment in New York, Rooney held on to the house and all the memories it contained. It is currently listed by Prudential Connecticut Realty for $749,500.
For information or a private showing, contact listing agent Bill Tims at 203-853-9999 or by email email@example.com.