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Anne Hathaway Is Selling Her Upper West Side Penthouse For A Whopping $3.495 Million!

The penthouse that was once owned by the Oscar-winning star Anne Hathaway—together with her producer and jewelry designer spouse, Adam Shulman—has hit the market for a selling price of $3.495 million. The couple, who had their second son, Jack, in 2019, initially bought the property in 2016 for a lump sum of $2.5 million.

The couple poured a lot of money into the renovation of the elite Upper West Side apartment, which has a significant history attached to it. The breathtaking dwelling was originally built in 1904 and is among one of the first five houses that were made with brick fronts in the area.

A Look From The Outside

The two-bedroom apartment, situated in a Neo-Georgian mansion just a few strides away from Central Park, has a private key-locked elevator that leads to the upper level of the abode.

The house itself contains pocket doors that lead to a large terrace. There, one can use the alfresco kitchen and enjoy a meal by the outdoor dining area. Friends and family can also lounge around and enjoy the panoramic views of the city lights.

What’s Indoors?

The dwelling gives off a combination of modern and vintage ambiance, with its white marbled fireplace, elegant sofa, and a custom mirrored surface that hides a large flat-screen TV. The living room lets in a lot of natural light as well.

There’s also the state-of-the-art dining room and kitchen space, which feels luxurious and chic due to the expertly hidden white cabinetry as well as a vast skylight on the 18-foot ceiling. One can also use a 30-inch electric range as well as appliances from Miele available in the area.

All About The Interior Design

Although the interior design is a bit on the contemporary side, the home itself is filled with timeless accents like moldings and in-swing French windowpanes. As for the floors, they are made from oak.

Just like other parts of the house, the master suite is an eye-catcher as well. It contains two bathrooms—one is relatively larger and has a deep-soaking tub, while the other is slightly smaller but still gives off that feeling of sleekness and comfort.

Details For Interested Buyers

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 only at $1,775. With all the wonderful things this place has to offer, it might not take long before a new owner makes it their haven.

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