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Marisa Tomei Selling Manhattan Combo Condo

Location:
New York City, N.Y.
Price:
$7.5 million
Size:
(approx.) 2,300 square feet, 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms

Brooklyn-born actress Marisa Tomei has listed her Manhattan home of two decades with an asking price of $7.5 million. The three-time Oscar nominee (and winner for “My Cousin Vinny”) purchased the two-unit combination condo in two separate transactions, one in 1997 and the other about two years later, for unrecorded amounts. The two one-bedroom units were subsequently combined into a single apartment with two bedrooms and two bathrooms in almost 2,300 square feet.

A lengthy, closet-lined entrance gallery runs alongside a 550-square-foot combination living and dining room with mocha-toned hardwoods, a sumptuously austere white-marble fireplace and direct access to a small terrace with panoramic views of the downtown skyline. The separate, cork-floored kitchen is expensively equipped with commercial-style stainless steel appliances; the guest bedroom is spacious with an attached bathroom. Separated from the living room by a cozy office nook and pint-sized library, the celebrity-style master suite offers a roomy, purple-walled bedroom with decadent black-marble fireplace and private terrace. In addition to a 200-square-foot dressing room, there’s a full wall of closets, and the vintage-inspired bathroom has walls sheathed floor-to-ceiling in gleaming white subway tiles.

Built in the early 1930s on a prime block in the heart of Greenwich Village, the handsome, full-service apartment house has long been favored by moneyed people of artsy persuasions. Cameron Diaz sold her fifth-floor pied-à-terre in early 2016 for $4.25 million, and current occupants include stage-and-screen veteran Bebe Neuwirth, fashion icon Isaac Mizrahi, powerhouse talent manager Bryan Lourd and maverick filmmaker John Waters.

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Tomei, who portrays May Parker in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, has long maintained a residential outpost on the West Coast, where in 2002 she paid $765,000 for a slightly more than 1,700-square-foot condominium in a fabled and much-coveted West Hollywood building that at different times housed Bette Davis, Sandra Bullock, Rock Hudson and Tim Burton.

listing photos and floorplan: Corcoran

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