By Caroline Biggs

Published on August 24, 2016

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Per 6sqft, the couple bought the nearly 2,000 square-foot spread in 2012, but listed the home in lieu of a more family-friendly place for their four-month old daughter, Luna.

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The custom-crafted piano nook features exposed brick walls and a facade made out of reclaimed wood.

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The stylish chef’s kitchen comes clad with bronzed bronze fixtures and a hand-laid backsplash, as well as a spacious center island with open storage shelving.

 

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The posh pad also offers some pretty cool architectural details, such as floor-to-ceiling windows and cast iron indoor columns. 

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The glamorous master suite includes a 19th century gilded leather wall screen and a walk-in closet with a custom wardrobe. 

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While the master bathroom boasts a steam shower, heated floors, and a ritzy cast iron soaking tub—not too shabby for one of the first pads the pair purchased together!