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.


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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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