Published on February 12, 2016

by Caroline Biggs

Last July, Hathaway and her producer husband, Adam Shulman finally sold their longtime loft in Brooklyn.

The 1,200 square foot spread is occupies the top floor of a five-story Neo-Georgian mansion—designed by the same family that constructed the historic Dakota building—built in 1904.

The interior is filled with idiosyncratic architectural details, including a wood-burning fireplace, French doors, and a sky-lit kitchen with 18-foot ceilings and a wine pantry!

Both of the abode’s bedrooms include skylights and a “planting balcony” for growing flowers and herbs.

The contemporary-style bathrooms boast heated floors and a marble-tiled steam shower.

There’s even a super-posh private patio, perfect for lounging outdoors during the spring—when Hathaway is set to start her one-woman play off-Broadway.

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