Actress Uma Thurman is exiting the building where she and ex Ethan Hawke lived. She’s owned two apartments in the pre-war Manhattan co-op — one with Hawke and the other on her own.
She sold the first apartment in 2006, and is now looking to unload the other, a five-bedroom, four-bath duplex, for $6.25 million.
“It was such a cozy place — it really was home for us,” Thurman told The New York Times. “It has a lot of sentimental value, but my past will be somebody else’s future.”
The home overlooking Gramercy Park includes a key to that oasis and maintains the character of the 1910 building, with herringbone oak floors and a wood-burning fireplace in the living room, where pocket doors open to a library. French doors in the formal dining room open onto a terrace with view of the park, and an eat-in kitchen features marble and walnut countertops and a tin ceiling.
There are two master suites: one downstairs where Thurman slept, with a walk-in closet, a dressing area, and a separate entrance with one other bedroom. The second master suite boasts a Turkish-style bath with an arched tile ceiling, a marble slab seating area, a soaking tub and shower.
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