Actress Anne Hathaway and her husband Adam Shulman are listing their New York City apartment, a full-floor penthouse in a Neo-Georgian style row house on Manhattan’s Upper West Side, for $3.495 million. [Souce: Mansionglobal.com ]
The two-bedroom home is accessed directly by private elevator and has a large open-plan living, dining and kitchen area leading out to a large private terrace. Listing images show the couple’s minimal style; there is a white marble-toned fireplace, a large television that transforms into a mirror when it is turned off and a blush-colored curved sofa. A bronze-colored wall ladder in the kitchen leads up to a skylight.
The couple bought the apartment for $2.55 million in 2016, records show. They then embarked on an extensive renovation, installing herringbone patterned white-oak floors, reconfiguring the floor plan and even raising the ceilings, according to their agent, Jeremy V. Stein of Sotheby’s International Realty.
“They recognized that there was a real opportunity to bring the apartment back to life,” Mr. Stein said, noting that he didn’t know the cost of the renovation.
The building, which has historic Beaux-Arts elements on its facade, has just five apartments. From the lobby, a grand sweeping staircase connects the floors. It is one of a group of houses built around 1904 by the Clark family, who also built the Dakota co-op building nearby, according to the city’s Landmarks Preservation Commission.
Mr. Stein said he wasn’t exactly sure of the couple’s reasons for selling, though he knew they hadn’t used the apartment as much as they planned to. Ms. Hathway, 37, and Mr. Shulman, 38, also recently had a second child. The pair also own a home in Southern California.
Ms. Hathaway declined to comment.
Best known for roles in films like “The Devil Wears Prada” and “The Princess Diaries,” Ms. Hathaway recently starred in the Amazon series “Modern Love” as a woman struggling with bipolar disorder. Mr. Shulman is an actor and producer. [Souce: Mansionglobal.com ]