Hollywood heavyweights behind ‘Boardwalk Empire’ and ‘Dallas Buyers Club’ list UWS pad for $1.29M

Posted On Thu, March 2, 2017 By

Posted On Thu, March 2, 2017 By In Celebrities, Cool Listings, lincoln square

You may not know their names, but you certainly know their movies. According to the Post, Terence Winter—creator of “Boardwalk Empire” and the screenwriter who adapted “The Wolf of Wall Street”—and his wife Rachel— the Oscar-nominated producer of “Dallas Buyers Club”—have just listed their pied-a-terre at 104 West 70th Street for $1.29 million. While the home is a somewhat modest 700 square feet, it does boasts an excellent location just a few short blocks north of Lincoln Center. And, as one might expect from a showbiz power pair, fab interiors donning a mod-meets-old-Hollywood vibe.

According to the listing, the recently-renovated apartment boasts one-bedroom, a lot of light, and a generous living area with north-facing windows framing city views. Architectural details and finishes include high ceilings, crown moldings, refinished hardwood floors, and solid oak doors. Jonathan Adler light fixtures are also part of the deal, as is the very colorful toile print wallpaper found in the living area and bedroom.

The kitchen, too, has been renovated and comes with custom cabinets, quartz countertops, and GE Profile appliances.

The bedroom comfortably-sized and offers two closets and another north-facing window.

The Winter spread sits within a pre-war doorman building with live-in super, laundry on every floor, Building Link system, and cold storage. In addition to a location just a short walk from Lincoln Center, it’s also just a block from Central Park and all the fun stuff that the heart of the Upper West Side has to offer.

[Listing: 104 West 70th Street by Maria Daou of Warburg Realty]


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