Actor Chris Lowell Sells Double-Height Greenwich Village Loft for $1M

Posted On Mon, March 28, 2016 By

Posted On Mon, March 28, 2016 By In Celebrities, Greenwich Village, Recent Sales

Former “Veronica Mars” actor Chris Lowell listed his Greenwich Village loft for $1.195 million back in November, just three months before buying another loft, this time in Soho, with girlfriend and fellow actor Kerry Bishé (from the AMC drama “Halt and Catch Fire” and the film “Argo”). The cute couple’s new home, a triplex with outdoor space and tons of exposed brick, cost almost double at $2.25 million, which is why it’s perfect timing that Lowell unloaded his bachelor pad. The Observer reports that he got $1,050,000 for the co-op at 67 East 11th Street, which boats 16-foot ceilings, double-height windows, and cast iron columns.

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The living room features an exposed brick wall with a fireplace and tons of natural light.

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Off the living space is one of the bedrooms, but likely due to its lack of privacy, it’s currently configured as a home office. We like Lowell’s taste for vintage furniture and how he’s cleverly built in lots of storage.

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The kitchen is off the entry hallway, after a bathroom and closet. The island in the hall is a nice place to serve when entertaining.

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The master bedroom is located in the sleeping loft above the living room. There’s no need to crouch, and there’s even a walk-in closet.

Lowell bought the third-floor co-op in 2012 for $810,000, so he made out pretty well in the sale.

[Listing: 67 East 11th Street, Apt. 323 by the Geils Team at the Corcoran Group]

[Via NYO and CityRealty]

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