Anne Hathaway Selling Her Apartment For $4.5 Million: What’s Her Reason For Selling A Property That She Just Bought A Year Ago?
By Staff Writer | September 13, 2013 01:35 AM EDT
Barely a year after purchasing her luxury apartment in Brooklyn, New York, the 'Les Miserables' actress is now selling the property for $4.5 million. Potential buyers do not need to worry because no one actually lived in the brunette beauty's apartment apart from her vast collection of clothes and shoes.
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According to the New York Post, the actress and her husband Adam Shulman opted not to live in the house for it was too big for them. They are currently living in a smaller apartment in the Clocktower Building. They are reportedly shopping for another property in Brooklyn.
The area of the apartment Hathaway is selling is 2,592 square meters. It is comprised of three bedrooms and three bathrooms all in their pristine conditions. Photographs on the listing show hardwood flooring as well as floor-to-ceiling glass windows that provide magnificent views of the city and its tourist spots such as the Brooklyn Bridge, Empire State Building, and Statue of Liberty.
The closet of the 'Dark Knight Rises' actress can be compared to the fashion closet found in her previous film, 'The Devil Wears Prada'. Thinking that it is more practical to build a more spacious walk-in closet in their own abode, the star decided to sell her apartment.
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