Ben Stiller's new NYC pad is ridiculously good-looking
It's a zoo out there, so Ben Stiller found himself a peaceful home above it all. For $15.3 million, the "Zoolander" and Focker film series actor snagged 3,400 square feet of pure Manhattan luxury overlooking the Hudson River.
While his walls of windows frame the sunset, Stiller's new home interior features an eat-in kitchen clad in walnut and Alabama white-vein marble. It includes a 78-bottle wine refrigerator and a Miele coffee station.
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The apartment also has 3 eastern-facing bedrooms with en-suite bathrooms and walk-in closets.
All this in a West Village high-rise built in 2013, with a lavish community lap pool, a plunge pool and a hot tub, plus a gym offering steam, sauna and massage.
The listing agents were Raphael De Niro and Darren Sukenik of Douglas Elliman Real Estate.
Images courtesy of StreetEasy.
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