Peek Inside Diane Keaton’s First New York Apartment
After the success of Annie Hall in the late ’70s, Diane Keaton moved into this bright and airy Upper West Side apartment, where she first developed an interest in architecture. Housed in the iconic San Remo building, the Oscar-winning actress and style icon’s three-bedroom, three-bathroom home is now listed for $17.5 million. Click through to take a peek inside the stunning space!
The corner living room is lined with windows that boast stunning views of Central Park.
An artistic light fixture makes a grand statement in the open-concept dining area.
The chef’s kitchen is a dream, complete with black and white geometric floor tiles, two sinks and a gourmet vented stove. There’s also a butler’s pantry that functions both as a wet bar and food-staging area.
We wouldn’t mind washing dishes if this was our view.
A spacious breakfast area also boasts cityscape views.
A wood-panelled library comes with a full bath so it can easily be used as a guest bedroom if needed.
The master suite is situated in a corner so it gets plenty of natural light, and comes with an ensuite bathroom.
The master bathroom features both a tub and separate shower.
A wall of built-in shelves can be found in all three bedrooms…
…. as well as spacious closets for ample storage.