Jesse Tyler Ferguson’s co-op in Gramercy Park hits the market for $1.5M
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“Modern Family” star Jesse Tyler Ferguson is unloading his one-bedroom co-op in Gramercy Park for $1.5 million, just over three years after buying it. The actor and his husband, Justin Mikita, picked up the pad, which has been gut-renovated, in 2015 for just over $1.23 million. The home at 200 East 16th Street is a combination of two studio units, and there’s an option to buy the apartment fully furnished.
The renovation added a pop of color with calming blue walls found throughout the apartment, which helped modernize the space. The kitchen features Carrara marble counters, a Viking stove and Subzero fridge. There’s also a wine fridge and hidden pantry closet.
Situated next to the kitchen, the living room boasts beamed ceilings and a private, custom-built reading nook. The nook includes built-in storage and beautiful French doors.
The bedroom is quite spacious, with enough room for large pieces of furniture, including a king bed. Plus, the room has three large closets, practically unheard of in most city dwellings.
Perfect for two, the master bedroom features double marble vanities and plenty of storage. The second guest bathroom has custom lighting and an impressive arched entryway.
Amenities of the co-op include a 24-hour doorman, live-in super, gym with Peloton bike, laundry room and storage for bikes. Found on a tree-lined block in Gramercy Park, the building is located just steps away from Whole Foods, Trader Joe’s and all of Union Square.
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All images courtesy of Bohemia Realty Group