Mark Ruffalo checks out a $10M renovated Upper West Side brownstone

Posted On Thu, January 5, 2017 By

Posted On Thu, January 5, 2017 By In Celebrities, Cool Listings, Upper West Side 

After a tough stretch of protesting at Standing Rock, Academy Award-winning actor and humanitarian Mark Ruffalo may be treating himself to some pricey NYC real estate. The Post reports that he and wife Sunrise Coigney toured a large, renovated brownstone on the Upper West Side. Listed for $9.99 million, the five-story home at 161 West 91st Street boasts high-end offerings like a six-stop elevator, a roof deck, and a glassy rear extension that on the ground floor opens completely to a private garden.

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The home sits on a 100-foot-deep lot and was built to maximize all available air rights, resulting in 6,900 square feet of interior space and 1,600 square feet of outdoor space. Because of the top-floor addition, it’s higher than the neighboring brownstones, and therefore offers wonderful views.

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The parlor floor is where you’ll find the main entrance and family room. Throughout, there’s marina oak wood floors, an 18-speaker Sonos sound system, and 12-foot ceilings.

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The eat-in Italian chef’s kitchen boasts a massive Calcutta Gold island, huge stainless steel Subzero fridge and freezer, and a tile accent wall behind the range and hood.

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The kitchen opens directly to the private garden through a wall of bi-fold glass doors. Outside, the bluestone patio has plenty of room for outdoor entertaining.

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The floor above also has a rear wall of glass that provides views down to the garden from the formal dining room. Also on this floor is a library (now set up with a piano) and a more formal living room that boasts a fireplace and a custom built-in bar.

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There are six bedrooms (the couple has three children), all of which have walk-in closets and en-suite bathrooms with radiant-heat flooring.

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The master level is a sprawling 1,200 square feet and features two walk-in closets, an office, and a spa-like bath with a steam shower and soaking tub.

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One of the two fifth-floor bedrooms is currently configured as a media/game room, which leads to the roof deck.

[Listing: 161 West 91st Street by Ariel Tavivian, Yair Tavivian, Francis Russo and Noam Gottlieb of Douglas Elliman]

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