Kate Winslet, renowned actress of “Titanic,” “The Reader,” and “Mare of Easttown,” bids farewell to her chic penthouse in New York City for $5.3 million.
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In 2004, the English actress purchased her penthouse duplex with former husband, director Sam Mendes, at a price of $5 million. After their split, Winslet bought out Mendes’ ownership for $2.15 million in 2012. Reportedly, she has since been renting the property for $30,000 a month. In November of 2020, she prepared to bid farewell to her stylish abode listing the home on the market for $5.7 million. However, the space has recently sold at a reduced price of $5.3 million. Lindsay Barton Barrett with Douglas Elliman represented the seller. Winslet currently owns a home in the English seaside village of West Wittering, presumed to be her primary residence.
Located in vibrant West Chelsea, Winslet’s former home spans 3,000 square feet and includes four bedrooms and 3.5 bathrooms. The two-floor apartment opens to a wall of windows and 46-foot-wide great room with fireplace and floor-to-ceiling shelving. The open chef’s kitchen is equipped with butcher-block cabinets, massive center island with breakfast bar, and stainless-steel appliances. The sundrenched master suite features a massive walk-in closet, ensuite bathroom with tub, separate shower, and dual vanities. Across the hall rests two other bedrooms and powder room. The expansive upstairs space also includes another bathroom and closet. Stepping outside, the exterior space highlights a wraparound rooftop terrace with picturesque views of the Hudson River and dazzling cityscape. In a convenient location near the Chelsea Market, Whitney Museum, Hudson River Park, and world-class galleries and dining, Winslet’s former penthouse perfectly encompasses the appeal of the New York City lifestyle.
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