Awarded actress Anne Hathaway and her husband Adam Shulman, are selling their luxurious New York Penthouse for $3,495,000. The residence occupies the entire floor of a building dating from 1904. Its minimalist design is appealing since it includes high-quality decor and luxurious appliances.
The two-bedroom property has a private bathroom in each bedroom, being one of them the master suite. The entrance is astonishing since it has a private elevator that opens to an elegant gallery leading to the delightful living room, which includes a fireplace for those chilly NY days.
The open-plan design also has a formal dining room, a kitchen that boasts an 18-foot ceiling. Since the penthouse has been renovated by Hathaway and Shulman the property has increased its value significantly.
Take a sneak peek of the interiors and see its amazing finishes!
The exclusive building has only five units and was built by the family behind the Dakota, Yoko Ono’s iconic Central Park residence.
The property was bought by the couple back in 2017 for $2.55 million and since they added a series of personal touches during the time they lived there its selling price has increased. Want to learn more about the listing? click here!
Jennifer Lawrence listed her NYC penthouse this summer for a price of $15.45 million but it seems like the Oscar-winning actress is in a rush to sell the property. She is now lowering the price of her luxury home to $14.25 million.
The interior of the elegant apartment combines a variety of amenities for entertainment and relaxation, offering the beautiful views of Manhattan. Take a sneak peek of the astonishing townhouse.
The property is located in the Upper East Side. She purchased this NYC gem in 2016 for $15.6 million. The huge apartment is 4,073 square-feet, encompassing unbelievably modern and stylish living spaces. The 3 bedrooms and 4 bathrooms are well equipped, with high quality finishes.
The cherry on top is the two-floor exterior space that is meant for family gatherings while viewing the admirable landscapes. The patio includes seating areas, a fireplace, and an outdoor kitchen among other interesting features.
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The most expensive listing in New York City is a co-op at 834 Fifth Avenue. Priced at a whopping $120 million this famed Upper East Side apartment building has housed tycoons such as Rupert Murdoch and Elizabeth Arden. It’s also the most expensive co-op in the city.
Previously owned by financier John Gutfreund, the apartment is located on the building’s seventh and eight floors and has 20 room spread over 12,000 square feet. It has many of the amenities found in luxurious NYC apartments including a wine cellar, a gallery, a “grand marble staircase” an an enormous master suite.
The apartment has been owned by the same family for around 30 years.