The Academy Award-winning actress Anne Hathaway shares with her husband Adam Shulman a luxury apartment in the same building where they own a de-luxe pad, which was listed after less than a year since they bought it for a little over $4 million. The only reason why they purchased the waterfron pad was to use it as a storage space for their designer clothes and furniture. Its location, on the ninth floor of the famous Brooklyn Clocktower building, is self-explanatory of the prestigious chic property which is natural-light filled and sunlight splashed. The 16 over-sized windows make the pad look like a glass wall home which enjoys the city’s atmosphere and stunning views of the Manhattan’s skyline, Statue of Liberty and Brooklyn Bridge.
Spread across 2,592 square feet, Hathaway’s pad, which newspapers called her “walk-in closet,” was designed in a minimalist style and encompasses three sprawling bedrooms, each with its own marble ensuite bathroom, a top of the line chef’s kitchen, a cosy living room with a leather triclinium, a living area with stylish coaches and a piano, countless closets, a home office, white paint and hardwood flooring. According to realtors, the building provides its residents with around-the-clock concierge service, roof deck and health club. To think that the couple never actually lived in this amazing pad!