Rent Jon Hamm’s Upper West Side penthouse for $15,000/month

Posted On Thu, November 2, 2017 By

Posted On Thu, November 2, 2017 By In Celebrities, Cool Listings, lincoln square, Upper West Side 

Sadly, it doesn’t sport the mid-century vibes of “Mad Men,” but Jon Hamm’s Lincoln Square penthouse is still pretty incredible. The Don Draper portrayer and then-girlfriend Jennifer Westfeldt bought the two-bedroom penthouse at 40 West 67th Street in 2013 for $2.5 million and then undertook a renovation. The longtime pair split in 2015, which could be why they’ve now decided to put the place up for rent for $14,995 a month. It’s not huge, at 1,000 square feet, but it does boast two terraces, a huge dining room with two skylights, and plenty of pre-war details original to the Rosario Candela-designed building. Plus, it’s located on one of the city’s most coveted blocks.

Other features of the apartment include a wood-burning fireplace in the living room, custom millwork and wainscoting, new hardwood floors, restored original casement windows, and custom-made stained-glass pocket doors.

The kitchen boasts Carrera marble counters and custom Bosch appliances.

The landscaped terraces, off the dining room and master bedroom, have remote-controlled awnings and plenty of space for dining and entertaining (and check out those views!).

In the master bedroom you’ll find a walk-in closet and en-suite bathroom.

Hamm is reported to have recently purchased a modern house in L.A.’s Los Feliz area, so perhaps he’d like to keep some NYC real estate, too. The apartment is available as of December 1st.

[Listing: 40 West 67th Street, 10A by Gino Filippone of the Corcoran Group]

[At CityRealty]

All photos courtesy of the Corcoran Group

Photo of Jon Hamm via Wiki Commons

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