Anne Hathaway and her husband, actor and producer Adam Shulman, have bought a $2.55 million Upper West Side co-op penthouse, according to city records released today. The couple sold their $4.25 million Dumbo loft in the Clocktower building back in July of 2014, and more recent reports have the couple relocating to LA. However, Anne is starring in a new one-woman play come April, so the new purchase along 74th Street will likely serve as a pied-a-terre, especially considering it’s just 1,200 square feet, less than half the size of her old place.
The top-floor spread is located in a five-unit Neo-Georgian mansion that was built in 1904 along with numbers 20-52. These private homes were the last project of the Clark family, who built the Dakota 20 years prior. The sunny penthouse is rather unexciting, but it does have nice built-ins, two bedrooms with skylights and planting balconies, and a spacious private terrace. There’s also a rather funky contemporary bathroom and a sky-lit kitchen with 18-foot ceilings and wine storage.
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Photos via Douglas Elliman
Neighborhoods : Upper West Side