You are using an older browser version. Please use a supported version for the best MSN experience.

Anne Hathaway is selling her NYC penthouse for $3.5 million. Look inside the elegant 2-bedroom residence that sits atop a 116-year-old mansion half a block from Central Park.

Business Insider Logo By Katie Warren of Business Insider | Slide 1 of 7:  Anne Hathaway is selling   her Manhattan penthouse for almost $3.5 million, Sotheby's  International Realty confirmed to Business Insider.  The Oscar-winning actress   bought the co-op apartment with her husband, Adam Shulman,  for $2.55 million in 2016.  The couple renovated the home, adding white oak herringbone floors and raising the ceilings.  The co-op includes a landscaped south-facing terrace with outdoor dining and lounge areas.    Visit  Business Insider's homepage for more stories.   Anne Hathaway is selling  her New York City penthouse for $3,495,000, Sotheby's International Realty confirmed to Business Insider.  The Oscar-winning actress  bought the co-op apartment with her husband, Adam Shulman, for $2.55 million in 2016. The two-bedroom residence  sits atop a Neo-Georgian mansion half a block from Central Park that was built in 1904 as one of the last private homes on Manhattan's Upper West Side, according to the listing.  Jeremy Stein of Sotheby's International Realty holds the listing for the penthouse, which has undergone extensive renovations that added white oak herringbone flooring throughout and raised the ceilings.  Take a look inside Hathaway's elegant Manhattan penthouse.

Anne Hathaway is selling her NYC penthouse for $3.5 million. Look inside the elegant 2-bedroom residence that sits atop a 116-year-old mansion half a block from Central Park.



      Anne Hathaway is selling her New York City penthouse for $3,495,000, Sotheby's International Realty confirmed to Business Insider.

      The Oscar-winning actress bought the co-op apartment with her husband, Adam Shulman, for $2.55 million in 2016. The two-bedroom residence sits atop a Neo-Georgian mansion half a block from Central Park that was built in 1904 as one of the last private homes on Manhattan's Upper West Side, according to the listing.

      Jeremy Stein of Sotheby's International Realty holds the listing for the penthouse, which has undergone extensive renovations that added white oak herringbone flooring throughout and raised the ceilings.

      Click or swipe through to take a look inside Hathaway's elegant Manhattan penthouse.

      © Owen Hoffmann/Getty Images; Emily Andrews for Sotheby’s International Realty; Samantha Lee/Business ...
      Loading...

      XD Load Error

      More from Business Insider

      Business Insider
      Business Insider
      AdChoices
      image beaconimage beaconimage beacon