Photo of Drew Barrymore via Wikimedia
Following a split from her husband in 2016, actress Drew Barrymore is looking for a new abode on the Upper East Side and has been touring apartments on some of the neighborhood’s priciest blocks. According to the New York Post, the star scoped out two co-ops priced over $5 million, one at 965 Fifth Avenue and another at 1125 Park Avenue. At the Fifth Avenue digs, she saw a $5.3 million two-bedroom spread with expansive Central Park views. And over on Park, she got a look at a $5.495 million newly renovated pad. Interestingly, both places are a bit, shall we say, mature for what we’d expect from Barrymore.
The six-room home at the Emery Roth-designed co-op 965 Fifth Avenue features a classic entrance gallery that leads to the living room. Most of the rooms have direct views of Central Park, as well as the surrounding skyscrapers. The master suite includes its own full bathroom and a spacious walk-in closet. All rooms feature stunning crown molding, herringbone wood floors, and detailed wall paneling.
At 1125 Park, the pre-war co-op has an entrance gallery that opens into a south-facing living room. This room features unique architectural details, including a wood burning fireplace. The massive eat-in kitchen is equipped with a six-burner Viking oven and custom hood, Subzero refrigerator and wine cooler. The apartment’s three bedrooms can be found in a separate wing. The master includes a wall of custom outfitted closets and super high ceilings. The bedroom includes an ensuite bath with a double vanity and glass shower.
[Via NY Post]
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