Anne Hathaway’s Neo-Georgian mansion- The two-bedroom Upper Westside residence is located in a historic Neo-Georgian mansion.
Oscar award-winning actress Anne Hathaway and her husband, producer, and jewelry designer Adam Shulman, are selling their luxury New York City Penthouse for $3.5 million. According to the wall street journal, the power couple, who welcomed their second son, Jack, at the end of 2019, purchased the property for $2.5 million in 2016.
The minimalist two-bedrooms and two-bathrooms residence is located in a historic Neo-Georgian mansion in Upper West Side near Central Park. With the help of Gramercy Design, which is known for working with high-profile clients in the entertainment business, Hathaway and Shulman thoughtfully renovated the penthouse.
Original details and period molding blend seamlessly with modern updates, ranging fro durable white oak flooring to a state-of-the-art kitchen boasting an 18-foot ceiling.
Scroll down below and have a look inside the penthouse, which is listed with the brokerage of Sotheby’s International Realty Downtown Manhattan.
#1. Dining, Living and Kitchen feature an open layout.
One enters the penthouse via a private key-locked elevator, which opens to an elegant gallery leading to the open-plan living and dining room.
#2: The airy living room
The airy living room features an ethanol fireplace that leads to the spacious terrace. Not only this but in addition to white oak floating, new windows with french casements have been installed in there.
#3: South facing terrace
The couple likes a south-facing terrace that includes lighting, audio, and irrigation facilities altogether.
The terrace was landscaped by Jeffry Erb Landscape design, with the intention to feel like an extension of the living room.
#4: Outdoor area
The outside area is fixed for entertainment purposes. This area gives the view of New York City landmark and dining room that can have eight people all together at a time.
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