Anne Hathaway's adorable baby bump made its red carpet debut last month, and now 6sqft is reporting that she bought it a new home. The actress and her husband, Adam Shulman, just purchased a $2.55 million co-op in Manhattan's Upper West Side. The penthouse is located in a five-residence, Neo-Georgian mansion built in 1904. While the unit is full of charming details, such as multiple skylights, 18-foot ceilings, balconies, and a breathtaking rooftop terrace, it's shockingly small; the two-bedroom, two-bath space is modest at 1,200 square feet — less than half the size of the Brooklyn, NY, loft she sold in 2014. Some speculate that this will be a pied-à-terre for the couple while they're in New York, but we suspect they have different plans for the property; the listing boasts of the great expansion opportunities, including the possibility of acquiring air rights, meaning the soon-to-be-parents could build up. Keep reading to check out all the lovely turn-of-the-century details.
Anne Hathaway's NYC Penthouse Is Not What You're Expecting
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