Gwyneth Paltrow’s Tribecca Townhouse, which was once a candy factory, is now in the market for $25 million dollars.
The actress’ current home, in Manhattan, described as a “pale, dreamy cloud…not just in palette and texture, but in spirit”, just went into contract. But a former property of Paltrow is now up for sale, and it’s even in the same neighborhood.
The house belonged to Gwyneth and her ex-husband/Coldplay’s vocalist Chris Martin. They moved out in 2009 and purchased another home in Tribecca. This area in New York City is known for having properties with big areas. Located in a cobblestone street, the 11,842 square foot townhouse is a loft-style and has 1,600 square feet of outdoor space.
The 5-story townhouse has a stunning industrial style kitchen with a nice area and tons of space to entertain. The kitchen includes decorative details such as pendant lights and plants that add character to this amazing space.
The property still has a lot of its original features, such as cast-iron columns and shop windows. The bedroom, with great areas, has a luxurious and cozy feeling. It almost feels like a hotel room.
The towhouse with a industrial-modern aesthetic has traditional New Yorker elements as the exposed brick walls. This entertainment room features a tiny home theater and tones of storage space. The mirror makes this room look a lot bigger, so if you’re looking through this post for some Paltrow décor tips, here you have one.
This beautiful formal living room, with lovely views over New York, has one of the many wood-burning fireplaces the property has to offer. Gold details on the furniture are a great way to add elegance to a room while keeping it lowkey. The sofas in the color greenery, wich is a BIG trend, make this room feel light and airy while the chairs keep the formality.