Matt Lauer Selling His Lavish, 11-Room NYC Apartment: Pics

Matt Lauer is selling his swanky Manhattan apartment.

Matt Lauer is selling his swanky Manhattan apartment.

ET can confirm that the 60-year-old newsman is selling his 11-room apartment on the Upper East Side of New York City, with the asking price starting at $7,350,000. The luxurious space comes complete with four bedrooms and four and a half baths, and even a private elevator landing and a corner library.

Other rooms include a large laundry/playroom that can become a staff room if needed, and a private master bedroom suite which includes two large dressing rooms, two marble master bathrooms and a master sitting room/den.

Interestingly enough, a personal touch to Lauer's apartment includes multiple 1985 Andy Warhol prints of Queen Beatrix of the Netherlands adorning the walls. Lauer's estranged wife, Annette Roque, was born in the Netherlands.

Last month, a source told ET that Lauer is currently living a very private life in the Hamptons and has been rarely seen at his NYC apartment, after he was abruptly fired last November from the Today show due to alleged "inappropriate sexual behavior in the workplace." Lauer has been spotted in Sag Harbor multiple times since the scandal broke, picking and dropping off his three kids -- Jack, 16, Romy, 14, and Thijs, 11 -- to school, and picking up breakfast at Jimmy Jims Deli.

"He hasn't shown his face at his Manhattan apartment lately," the source said. "The Hamptons has been a good place for him to hide, but he isn't sure he will stay. Matt definitely regrets his behavior. He lost not only his family, but his career and many of his closest friends. The Today show was his life.”

According to the source, Roque and two of their children have been spending more time in the Netherlands, while their oldest son remains in boarding school. 

“Annette is done playing the role of Matt's loyal wife," the source claimed. "Their marriage is completely over. At this point, all they have left to do is to settle their divorce and to separate their assets."

For more on Lauer's life since his firing from the Today show -- including his hopes for a comeback -- watch the video below: