jude law used to live in a church
the british heartthrob’s former Manhattan apartment was originally the top floor of a 19th century chapel.
Published May 12, 2016 4:00 AM
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The bi-level penthouse—which was converted into a condominium just ten years ago—is nestled inside of the historic Novare building in Greenwich Village.
The three-bedroom abode boasts 3,500 square feet of living space, two-and-a-half bathrooms, a media room, and an open kitchen with custom cabinetry.
You’ll also find several authentic architectural details throughout place, including stained glass windows, exposed wooden beams, and twenty-feet-tall ceilings.
There’s even a floating chrome staircase, Venetian plaster walls, and Brazilian walnut floors inside the stellar spread.
The all-white master bathroom features hidden mirror storage, double vanity-style sinks, and an oversized soaking tub.
And who could forget the posh pad’s 500-foot terrace—where Law infamously slung oranges at his nosey, NYU dorm-dwelling neighbors—that probably sealed the deal on the $12.5 million asking price.