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Anne Hathaway is Selling Her Upper West Side Penthouse, and the Price will Shock You!

The penthouse, which was initially bought at a lump sum of $2.5 million in 2016 by the Oscar-winning star in 2016 and her husband Adam Shulman, has hit the market for a selling price of $3.495 million.

The couple has formerly poured loads of money on the renovation of their elite old-styled apartment. The house has a significant history attached to it. Besides being such a pleasure to one’s eyes, the house was built in 1904 and is among one of the five houses that were made initially with brick fronts.

A look from the outside

The two-bedroom apartment has a private elevator connected to it that leads to the upper floor of the house.  The house contains pocket doors that lead to the large terrace. The dining room and kitchen space are massive, while there is a one-pan living room.

The whole house gives a feeling of modernity and vintage combined. The apartment has a white marbled fireplace, a finely blushed sofa, and a custom mirrored surface behind which is a large flat-screen television. The kitchen is spacious also has 18 feet high ceilings, which looks terrific to even look at. Summing up all the minute details, the asking price is relatively subtle.

Interior designs

While looking at the internal settings, the house contains original moldings with windows casement of French descent. The floors of the house are made from Oak. Just like other parts of the house, the master suite is an eye-catcher.

The master suite contains two bathrooms, one is relatively large and boasts about a deep-soaking tub, and the other is slightly smaller than the former.  Even the bathrooms give out a feeling of sleekness and comfort.

The Origin of the house

According to a report issued by the Landmarks preservation commission, these kinds of homes were initially built in 1904 for families who don’t earn much to own a house. The report contains an article that suggests: the main idea behind the creation of the house was to provide low-income families to have a place that they call home.


The house is located at 18 west. 74th street and is currently Listed with Jerem V. Stein of Sotheby’s International Realty for selling purpose. The monthly maintenance charges of the house are mere $1,775. Depending upon the location and all the details, it might only take days till a new owner makes it his heaven.

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