After re-listing her DUMBO digs for the second time in early June, Anne Hathaway has found a buyer for her Clocktower loft, last priced at $4.25 million. Hathaway snagged the 2BR/3.5BA unit at 1 Main Street with then-fiancé Adam Shulman in February 2013 for $4.1 million, but reportedly never moved in, instead using the 2,592-square-foot apartment as an extremely oversized closet. The unit first hit the market in September 2013, but was removed shortly thereafter in December.
The buyer hasn’t yet been identified, but he or she will certainly not be disappointed with the giant master suite, library and media room, corner layout, and spectacular views of the Brooklyn Bridge, Manhattan Bridge, and Manhattan skyline.
The sunny, spacious apartment was recently redesigned by DHD Architecture + Interior Design who altered the original three-bedroom layout to a massive two-bedroom configuration. The open-plan common space includes a living room, dining room, and kitchen. There is also a separate sitting area and library/media room. Other features Ms. Hathaway is giving up are 11-foot-high concrete beamed ceilings, new hardwood floors, and a full-size washer dryer.
The top-of-the-line kitchen comes equipped with stainless steel appliances, a dishwasher, and a breakfast counter. Both bedrooms have a walk-in closet and en suite bath. The master suite has two additional large closets, a vanity nook, and its master bath boasts a double sink, deep soaking tub, and large shower.
The Clocktower Building is one of the most sought after residences in Brooklyn thanks to its breathtaking views, waterfront location, and desirable amenities such as a bike room, concierge, gym, and roof deck. The 12-story building was constructed in 1914 and converted to 126 loft condominiums in 1998.
With all that this apartment has to offer, we really hope the new owner decides to actually move in!
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Neighborhoods : DUMBO