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Amanda Seyfried Lists $3.25 Million Condo

Actress Amanda Seyfried has listed her home in New York’s Greenwich Village for $4.4 million (USD $3.25 million). The pre-war condo in the heart of the affluent suburb has only two bedrooms and two bathrooms according to the listing held by the Corcoran Group. Covering 147 square metres, it is on the smaller side than what we are typically used to from celebrity homes but it is just as stunning. Amanda herself first snapped up the 1,585 square foot apartment in 2010, even spending a little more than the original asking price and paying $1.9 million.

Inside the New York City condo 

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The Greenwich Village condo comprises 148sq m of internal space and features classically elegant fittings and fixtures including oak flooring, custom cabinetry, eye-catching wallpapers and mullioned sash windows, many of which have views of brick walls and other apartments. The apartment sits on a lower floor of a handsomely unassuming 12-story brown-brick edifice that was designed by esteemed early 20th-century architect Emery Roth, whose work includes the First Hungarian Reformed Church and the Adath Jeshurun Of Jassy Synagogue, as well as several luxury residential buildings. 

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The Condo was originally built in 1928 and converted from rental apartments to luxury condos in 2009. Other high-profile residents who enjoy 24-hour doorman services, a landscaped courtyard, a rooftop terrace, a fitness center, a children’s playroom, and individual storage units, include Alec Baldwin, who presides over a sprawling multi-unit penthouse. Since she first moved into her two-bedroom Devonshire House place, Amanda has married The Newsroom sizzler Thomas Sadoski and welcomed two children, Nina, five years old, and Thomas, who is only one year old. The happy couple, who tied the knot in 2017 near the end of Amanda’s pregnancy with Nina, also apparently keeps a penthouse on the Upper West Side as well as a Catskills farmhouse.


There are top-notch finishes, custom mouldings, oak floorboards, premium appliances, quality fixtures, and custom cabinetry, along with mullioned sash windows, many of which have up-close views of brick walls and neighbouring apartments. Highlights in the home are many, including a tranquil living room with a feature fireplace flanked by Moroccan-style filigree screens, while the kitchen and dining room are light, spacious and boast a classic all-white colour scheme, a farmhouse-style sink and industrial lights above the island bench.

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Amanda’s living room features a decorative fireplace under the TV, both of which are flanked by bookshelves that feature attractive latticed framing. Her master suite includes a king-sized bedroom with windows that offer a window into the courtyard, which itself features an English garden. One of her bathrooms features a luxuriously massive shower with glass doors beside a vanity area, while the other contains a huge bathtub with both handheld and wall-mounted showerheads.

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