Oscar-winning actress Anne Hathaway has found a buyer for her Brooklyn condo, which she never actually lived in but used as an over-sized closet, the Daily News reports.
That sounds a little too let-them-eat-cake to me, even for the actress who starred in “The Devil Wears Prada” and clearly knows her way around Chanel thigh-high boots.
But what does sound real is that the 2,592-square-foot loft, with panoramic views of the Brooklyn Bridge, Manhattan Bridge and the Manhattan skyline, was listed for $4.25 million and sold for $4.33 million, the New York Post reports. Hathaway reportedly bought the apartment with then-fiancee/now-husband Adam Shulman in 2013 for $4.1 million.
The condo at 1 Main Street, Brooklyn features:
- two bedrooms and 3.5 baths.
- a home office.
- a master suite with three large closets (one walk-in).
- an 11-foot high concrete-beamed ceiling.
The Post says the buyer is producer Katharina Trebitsch, who already owns an apartment in the iconic Clock Tower Building in the DUMBO (Down Under the Manhattan Bridge Overpass) section of Brooklyn. Trebitsch is the daughter of the late German film producer Guyla Trebitsch.
The Clock Tower building, on the Brooklyn waterfront overlooking the East River, was built in 1916 and converted into condominiums in 1998.
Source: AOL Real Estate Blog