Celebrity power couple John Legend and Chrissy Teigen are selling their Glory-ous Nolita pad, which appeared on the cover of Architectural Digest last year, reports The Real Deal. They bought the super-stylish apartment at 374 Broome Street (known as the Brewster Carriage House) in 2012 for $2.5 million, after selling their East Village condo at 52 East 4th Street for $2.7 million. They’re now looking to make a nice profit, listing the property for $4.5 millon.
The news comes from broker Jason Walker, who recently left Douglas Elliman after ten years and more than $1 billion in sales to head over to Compass. He’s represented Legend in both of the aforementioned real estate transactions, as well as a previous $1 million buy for the Grammy-winner at 72 East 3rd Street. The latest sale comes on the heels of recent remarks from Teigen that she wants to start a family and have lots of kids, notes the Daily News.
Legend and Teigen hired Don Stewart of the Los Angeles–based firm Desiderata Design to complete the one-bedroom unit’s “dark, moody atmosphere” with a cozy, modern, old-school industrial look. The one-bedroom pad is completely eclectic, boasting a reclaimed wood wall, an Asian-inspired green silk bed spread, and a 19th century gilded leather screen on a bedroom wall, to name a few design elements.
Special attention was paid to the open kitchen, as Teigen is a well-known foodie who loves to cook. It features bronze and brass elements mixed with a funky custom-made backsplash. And speaking of Teigen’s culinary chops, she’s also making the news today for hosting an upcoming ramen party.
Photos via Compass
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