Jennifer Lawrence’s modern Manhattan apartment is officially on the market for almost $10M! The Academy Award-winning actress took quite a loss on the Upper East Side property (she originally purchased the condo for $15.6 million), but the 12-foot ceilings and breathtaking view of the city are truly priceless. The 4,073-square-foot, full-floor penthouse features three bedrooms and four and a half bathrooms — plus, a spacious exterior for entertaining and relaxing in the sun.
Scroll down to take a peek inside this celebrity-worthy pad!
The light and airy kitchen is outfitted with plenty of cabinet storage, a wine fridge and a marble island, which offers more prep space.
breakfast nook right off the kitchen is surrounded by floor-to-ceiling windows that let in plenty of natural light throughout the day. The tufted banquette’s aubergine hue adds a splash of sophisticated color to the city skyline.
A double-sided gas fireplace separates the open-concept living room/dining area from the den/media room.
A mirror above the fireplace visually expands the space and bounces around the natural light, while symmetrical seating keeps the look uniform.
The formal dining room is made even more grand with expansive, 12-foot ceilings in a stunning, warm metallic hue, colorful artwork and a statement rug.
When you have the lights of New York City illuminating the principal bedroom, you certainly don’t want anything to obscure that view. The space was kept quite neutral, similar to the rest of the home, and what an incredible spot to wake up to!
The spa-like principal bathroom offers access to the terrace, so after a steamy shower, you can slip into silk pyjamas and sip a cup of tea as you watch the sun set. Sounds like the life, right?
The sleek den features a pool table (how much do you love the tonal felt?), which makes the space ideal for entertaining when it’s too cold to use the terrace.
The property features 3,000 square feet of landscaped exterior space, which feels like a lush getaway in the middle of the city. There’s even a row of manicured boxwood shrubs for a touch of privacy.
A stone fireplace and cozy lounge area can be found under the pergola on the second level — perfect for catching up on your favorite flicks with the city’s lights twinkling in the background.
The two-story outdoor terrace includes a grill and small dining area for intimate gatherings with A-list friends. It’s a blessing in the summer months but not ideal for the blustery New York winters.
The balcony boasts 360 degree panoramic views of Manhattan and the city’s iconic bridges that are so cinematic.
Author: Jenna Wilhelmsen
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