This four-bedroom co-op, inside the Central Park West brownstone at 44 West 76th Street, is owned by the documentary filmmaker and journalist Pamela Hogan and her cinematographer husband Jeffrey L. Kimball. Hogan’s behind the independent film Looks like Laury Sounds like Laury and was the co-creator of the PBS series Women, War & Peace. She and her husband snatched up the penthouse property in 1996 for $1.2 million, and they’ve just listed it for $4.375 million. The impressive space–which occupies the upper floors of an 1880s brownstone–boasts walls of windows and incredible light. It’s a seamless blend between the historic townhouse and a bright, lofty aesthetic.