For over ten years, late-night-chat-show-host Jimmy Fallon and his film-producer wife, Nancy Juvonen, have been accumulating four apartments in New York’s Gramercy co-op that they turned into a triplex penthouse. As eclectic as their creative personalities, they have recently put the four-in-one, 5,000-square-foot apartment on the market at $15 million.
The Fallon penthouse triplex is filled with unexpected combinations of color, pattern, texture and objects, which begin in the foyer and continue through the entire apartment. Over a ten-year period, the Fallons added to the original apartment until they had four units they could connect into a huge home. Now with six bedrooms and five full baths, it has been lovingly restored from the window casings to the original hardwood floors. Stacked one above the other, the three largest rooms include the eat-in kitchen with fireplace, the living room above that with a stone fireplace, a bar, and wood-and-plaid walls. The master suite on the highest level offers skylights, a sitting area with wet bar, two walk-in closets and dual vanity bath. Remaining bedrooms are located on the top and lower floors. The colorful rooms include vintage wallpapers, fabrics and collected treasures from around the world.
The listing agent for the Fallons is Jeremy V. Stein of Sotheby’s International Realty – Downtown Manhattan Brokerage.
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