Facebook cofounder Chris Hughes is selling his gorgeous New York City condo for $8.75 million

Chris hughes weddingFacebook.com/ChrisHughesChris Hughes and Sean Eldridge at their 2012 wedding.

Chris Hughes, a cofounder of Facebook and owner of the New Republic, is selling the beautiful condo he owns with his husband, former congressional candidate Sean Eldridge, the Wall Street Journal reports.

The home is listed by Maria and Joanna Pashby of Brown Harris Stevens for $US8.75 million.

Hughes and Eldridge did some extensive remodeling work on the home, adding a breakfast nook, more bedrooms, and a gorgeous library. They purchased the condo for $US4.8 million in 2010, property records show.

The condo is located at 30 Crosby Street, a building in SoHo that has in the past been home to Alicia Keys, Lenny Kravitz, and Courtney Love.

Source: Curbed NY

According to the listing, the home has about 4,100 square feet of space.

The couple plans to host a fundraiser for Hillary Clinton here next week, according to the Wall Street Journal.

The kitchen has gorgeous Calcutta marble counters and stainless steel appliances.

A sunny breakfast nook was added during the couple's renovation.

The condo has three bedrooms and three bathrooms.

The prewar building has lots of exposed brick.

The third bedroom was converted into a home gym.

The master bath has a large tub and a walk-in shower.

And a library, added by Hughes and Eldridge after they purchased the condo in 2010, has custom bookshelves that stretch from the floor to the ceiling.

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