(NEW YORK, NEW YORK)— Anne Hathaway and her husband, Adam Shulman, have listed their stunning Upper West Side penthouse for $3.495 million, The Wall Street Journal reports.
The unit is a low-rise “penthouse,” the top floor of five-story, historic Neo-Georgian mansion at 18 West 74th Street first built in 1904 by the Clark family, the legendary architects of the Dakota. The couple purchased the unit for $2.55 million in 2016 and apparently remodeled it extensively. A StreetEasy blog post from the time boasted of the apartment’s lofty 18-foot ceilings—apparently not high enough for Hathaway and her husband, who raised the height during their extensive remodeling, according to reports from the Journal. The listing agent, Jeremy V. Stein of Sotheby’s International Realty told the Journal they had also replaced the original hardwood with white oak chevron floors and re-organized the floor plan.
See the original, pre-renovation photos below (already quite luxe), to appreciate just how much work Hathaway and husband put into the remodel. You can see full photos of the current, renovated listing on Sotheby’s site..