Ina Garten’s New York City Home is Surprisingly Tiny
The celebrity chef and her husband Jeffrey are selling their cozy Manhattan spot.
Published Mar 24, 2017 3:00 PM
“Each time I step into this space, I am struck by the exquisite attention to detail,” says listing agent Alexa Lambert of Stribling & Associates. “It’s evident how much thought and care Ina and Jeffrey put into creating such a warm and classic home.” Co-listing agent Merrill Curtis adds: “It’s rare to find a pre-war apartment in this neighborhood that’s been so beautifully renovated while retaining its old-world charm.”
The celebrity chef enlisted A-list designer Daniel Romualdez to dress up the charming two-level abode. An upper-level dining gallery overlooks a sunken living room with double-height ceilings, stained-glass windows, and a contemporary fireplace.
The galley-style kitchen comes clad in chic
and enough countertop space to cook like the Barefoot Contessa. Also, in signature New York style, the kitchen opens directly to the master suite for easy, late-night fridge and cookie access.
The apartment’s only bedroom offers beamed ceilings and two walk-in closets, including one with a washer and dryer.
boasts an oversized steam shower and wall of built-in shelves for storage.
There’s also a proper foyer and small coat closet inside the impressive property. However, considering the couple already upgraded to a $4.65M apartment around the corner, we’re guessing letting go of the place (which they bought all the way back in 2004) won’t be too difficult.