Molly Ringwald has come a long way since her Brat Pack days of awkward teenage angst, evidenced by her super stylish and grown-up East Village pied-a-terre, which she’s listed for $1.8 million, according to the Observer. The duplex co-op at 122 East 10th Street is located in an historic townhouse along the Renwick Triangle in the St. Marks Historic District. These Anglo-Italianate houses were designed by famed architect James Renwick, Jr. in 1861, and historic details like ten-foot exposed beam ceilings, antique wood windows, and two wood-burning fireplaces still exist.
The living room is warm and comfortable, anchored by the marble mantle.
The eat-in kitchen is a playful mix of mid-century modern and retro. It has custom stainless steel counters and a vintage 1950s Tappan stove.
The second floor has a brand new skylight, as well as both bedrooms. The master has the second fireplace, an exposed brick wall wall, and plenty of storage.
The apartment also boasts rooftop space, which offers views of the Chrysler Building, One World Trade Center, and Grace Church. Ringwald moved into the home in 2004, but in recent years has only used it part time since she lives in Santa Monica with her family.
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Photos via Weichert Rockefeller Center
Neighborhoods : East Village