Kate Winslet has (finally) sold her Manhattan penthouse

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While it airs Mare of Easttown (in Italy on Sky), the new HBO miniseries of which he is the protagonist, Kate Winslet concluded a real estate deal he had been waiting for for some time: he just sold his Chelsea penthouse, upscale Manhattan neighborhood, for ben 5.3 million dollars, just under the 5.7 initially requested, but still a nice profit for the actress, who bought the house in 2004 for 4.9 million.

The buyer is a limited company, which in addition will also have to take over $ 7,000,000 per month in condominium fees. A sum in line with the area and with the extra-luxury apartment of 300 square meters plus another 500 of a fully furnished terrace from which to watch the rooftops of New York from comfortably lying on a deckchair.

The loft-style house is decidedly refined: dominates white, flanked by light tones such as the oak of the parquet e in the light that enters through large windows in every room. There are four 4 bedrooms with vintage furnishings and luxury accessories (such as Murano chandeliers), 3 marble bathrooms, as well as a hyper-equipped kitchen with an adjacent living room where there is a fireplace. A dream apartment, which the actress rented well before selling 30 thousand dollars a month.

The reason for the sale? Kate Winslet lives mainly in England with her husband Edward Abel Smith (grandson of billionaire Richard Branson) and three children. He has a house in West Wittering, a West Sussex seaside town about an hour’s drive from London. In short, an excellent middle ground. In the gallery above the VIP houses

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