Victoria’s Secret model Lindsay Ellingson struts into a $1.4M Williamsburg pad
Victoria’s Secret Angel Lindsay Ellingson hasn’t had your average runway trajectory, starting out as a biology major before being discovered on the street and then taken under the wing of John Galliano in Paris. And instead of settling in a swanky new Manhattan building, the 33-year-old and her husband, medical equipment salesman Sean Clayton, have long called Williamsburg home. They’ve now landed a new pad in the Austin Nichols House, a former bourbon distillery on the waterfront converted to condos by architect Morris Adjmi. According to the Post, the couple paid $1.4 million for the two-bedroom unit, down from its $1,575,000 asking price.
The 1,000-square-foot apartment boasts nearly 12-foot ceilings, an open chef’s kitchen, herringbone tobacco-smoked oak floors, and views of lower Manhattan and the Williamsburg Bridge.
The building has more than 3,000 square feet of amenity space, including a waterfront gym, children’s playroom, residents’ lounge with catering kitchen, co-working space, a movie theater, music rehearsal room, parking garage, roof deck, and a courtyard complete with a firepit.
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Listing photos courtesy of Nest Seekers International; Photo of Lindsay Ellingson via Wiki Commons