Kelsey Grammer Lists Chelsea Condo in Jean Nouvel’s 100 Eleventh Avenue for $9.75M

Posted On Wed, July 27, 2016 By

Posted On Wed, July 27, 2016 By In Celebrities, Chelsea, Cool Listings

While in the midst of a very public divorce from third wife Camille in 2010, actor Kelsey Grammer moved from their 15 Central Park West pad to a much more mod condo at Jean Nouvel‘s glassy 100 Eleventh Avenue in west Chelsea. Apparently, says the Observer, he tried to keep the $6.4 million purchase “top-secret” as he was “buying it for himself and his then-mistress Kayte Walsh.” The “Frasier” star eventually married Walsh, and they now have two children together; his publicist confirmed that he’s listed the three-bedroom spread for $9.75 million since they’ve “outgrown” the space.

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The 3,076-square-foot residence is framed by nearly 100 feet of Hudson River frontage to the west and skyline views to the east. There’s 11-foot ceilings, terrazzo floors, motorized shades, and a Crestron home automation system. The living room is fit for entertaining with a wet bar/wine fridge, mini fridge, and sink surrounded by Caesarstone quartz counters.

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In the dining room you’ll find a gas-burning fireplace surrounded by a cozy sitting nook, and the kitchen boasts a Wolf double oven and five-seat island.

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All three of the bedrooms have en-suites, while the master also has a large walk-in closet.

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Amenities in the starchitect-designed building include 24/7 concierge services, a garden, screening room, 70-foot indoor/outdoor lap pool, sauna and steam rooms, and a fitness center.

[Listing: 100 Eleventh Avenue, 19A by Emily Beare and Daniel Amell of CORE]


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Photos via CORE

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