Amanda Seyfried is lightening her real estate load just a little bit to take advantage of the red-hot market. She currently owns a New York City penthouse, a Los Angeles home and a farm in the Catskills, so selling off her Greenwich Village condo won’t be that big of a deal.
The 1,585-square-foot property has two bedrooms, two bathrooms and stunning finishes — every detail was thought of in the creation this home. From the oak flooring to the intricate cabinetry, the residence has a cozy and warm feeling even though it is in the middle of the concrete jungle of New York City. Seyfried should also make a nice profit on the place as she bought it in 2010 for a little over $1.9 million, and now, The Dropout star is asking for $3.25 million.
There are also some key amenities that any city-dweller might be looking for, including a rooftop terrace, 24-hour doorman, a gym and a children’s playroom. And yes, there are A-list neighbors like Alec and Hilaria Baldwin and their growing family, who occupy a sprawling penthouse unit. Take a look at what a city condo offers (remember, this is a spacious unit) — and be sure to check out more photos at Dirt.
For Manhattan living, an eat-in kitchen is a luxury. There is plenty of space along the island to sit and eat or pull up a chair at the table for six.
Formal Living Room
The living room comes with a gorgeous fireplace along with lovely details in the woodwork and along the mantel.
Comfort Is Key
Guests will have a soothing place to feel comfortable in the earthy room in the middle of the city.
The enormous sunken tub looks like the perfect place to relax after a busy day in the Big Apple.
The primary suite has a touch of class with the delicate chandelier and a large window with built-in bookcases.
The primary bathroom offers a large shower and a bright place to get ready in the morning.
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