Oscar-winning actress and newly appointed Goop CEO Gwyneth Paltrow is looking for another home.
Paltrow put her New York City penthouse on the market in March 2016, but struggled to sell it. And that might have to do with the slight eeriness of the all-white-everywhere design (it looks almost like a chic, futuristic hospital, if hospitals had shag rugs all over the place).
Paltrow purchased the penthouse in 2007 for $A6.74 million with her then-husband, Coldplay frontman Chris Martin. The couple famously “consciously uncoupled” in 2014. The signifcant price upgrade is probably what turned off buyers for so long.
Tribeca is the most expensive neighbourhood in New York City. The real-estate company listing Paltrow’s loft, in addition to touting its “breezy modernism,” also boasts “direct elevator access to the indoor garage providing discreet arrivals and departures” — in case you happen to be famous.
For more information about the penthouse, you can take a look at the Compass listing.
Take a look inside Gwyneth Paltrow’s Tribeca penthouse:
The design firm Roman and Williams designed the three-bedroom and three-and-a-half-bath space, giving it a light and airy feel.
The pink KitchenAid mixer, a plate of lemons, and a small plant provide the only pops of colour in the monochromatic kitchen.
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