Kirsten Dunst’s old apartment goes on the market for $6.95 million – El Diario NY

Kirsten Dunst’s old apartment goes on the market for $6.95 million – El Diario NY


The crisis in the real estate market does not prevent properties from continuing to be put up for sale. Recently an elegant loft in Manhattan has just been put up for saleNew York, which belonged to the actress Kirsten Dunst.

This home enters the market at the same time as Dunst prepares to release ‘Civil War’a film directed by Alex Garland and made with a budget of $50 million. It could be considered that its current owner has taken advantage of the moment.

Dunst purchased this residence in 2007 for $3 million dollars and He sold it in 2018 for $4.4 million dollars. Now, the place is available for $6.95 million dollars and The agent in charge of the sale is Laura Weinkam by Corcoran.

It is known that its current owners also They offered the property to rent for $12,500.. Its price increase in six years is due, in part, to some renovations that were recently made. “Recently renovated from top to bottom, no detail was overlooked,” the agent says.

The loft is distributed in two bedrooms, two bathroomsfoyer, living room, dining room, kitchen, laundry room and other amenities.

The most attractive thing about the place is its details inside. Has large arched windows with city views11 foot high ceilings, hardwood floors and more.

Among the most renovated spaces is the kitchen. It is now described as a chef’s kitchen with blue cabinets, brick walls and stainless steel appliances. There is no central island, but instead there is a large table.

In addition to the apartment, the new owners will also be able to enjoy the beauty of the building where the loft is located. The agent highlights that the building dates back to 1911 and was designed in part by Stan Peskett and Michael Holman.

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