While he is known for playing hot shot New Yorker Mr. Big on “Sex and the City,” actor Chris Noth has called New York City his home in real life since the 1970s. And since 1994, Noth has owned his apartment at 45 East 9th Street, the same building where Candace Bushnell lived, the writer behind the newspaper column and book that inspired the popular TV show. Recently, “The Good Wife” actor purchased a co-op at 139 East 66th Street on the Upper East Side for $1.85 million, reported LL NYC. The pre-war pad boasts just two bedrooms and two bathrooms, a bit on the small side for Mr. Big.
Thanks to an open layout, large windows, and high ceilings, the apartment does feel much larger, and there’s pretty pre-war fixtures like beamed ceilings, crown moldings, herringbone floors and a wood-burning fireplace.
The kitchen has plenty of cabinet storage, chic granite counters, a butler’s pantry and appliances like Sub Zero and Bosch.
The bedroom wing is separated from the living space. Other perks include a washer/dryer, lots of custom closets and built-in shelving, through-wall AC, and custom radiator covers.
[Via LL NYC]
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Neighborhoods : Upper East Side