Ina Garten's Selling Her Apartment, and It Will Give You Serious Kitchen Envy

by Aly Walansky
Mar 23, 2017 at 2:00 p.m. ET

Ina Garten, aka the Barefoot Contessa, has a cult-like following — especially for dishes like her legendary roasted chicken (mmm). As obsessed as we are with her food, we're currently fantasizing about her cozy Parisian-inspired Upper East Side co-op, which is now on the market for a cool $2 million. Curious where the oh-so-fabulous Contessa's been cooking privately all this time? Take a peek ahead.

1/5 :Kitchen

OK, deep breaths. While this may not look like an extraordinary kitchen to you if you live outside New York, trust. It's a rare thing to find sprawling counters, a chef's oven and gorgeous recessed lighting — not to mention ample natural light, storage and shelving. Sigh.

2/5 :Den/study

Garten's husband Jeffrey is an esteemed business professor at Yale. It's no shock that the pair's digs would include a gorgeous, cozy study. Behold that beautiful velvet couch, oversize wall art and stately desk. 

3/5 :Den/study

The home underwent renovations by interior designer Daniel Romualdez, who told Food Network, “I wanted it to feel like a refuge — a place for [Ina] to curl up and recharge." Uh, yeah, pretty sure he succeeded — we could go for a serious nap next to that fireplace (and check out those 13-foot-high beamed ceilings!).

4/5 :Bathroom

This bright bathroom hits the sweet spot between classic and modern. With stunning white marble tile and porcelain, it's sleek and streamlined, but also has warm wooden accents. 

5/5 :Bedroom

Sleeping here? Great. Waking up and having a breakfast made by Ina Garten? Even better. This simple, elegant bedroom also boasts not one but two walk-in closets (another dreamy New York City rarity).