Inside a Movie Star’s Multi-Million Dollar Townhouse


One of the greatest things about the web is that you get to take a look inside the way a movie star live. This is the part where you say, “No seriously, Alice, aren’t movie stars just like you and me? Ok, even if they’re not, can’t they just hire the best interior designers money can buy?” To which I answer, “Why yes, but true style can’t be bought with fortune and fame. And don’t we get to know more about a person (any person) by looking at how they live?”

For instance, let’s take a look at Julianne Moore’s 5 story NYC townhouse that’s currently listed at about $12 million. With cool gray walls and a vintage modern vibe, I’m diggin this redhead’s taste! Oh and check out that bathroom – you just know her Revlon gig paid for that. Calgon, take this movie star’s troubles away!

Here are the details:
It’s a “single-family townhouse with French doors leading from the kitchen to the 49-foot-long garden; a fourth floor that’s been given over to the children; a fifth floor with a home office and media room; plus, best of all, a full-floor master bedroom suite whose “front room has been made into a luxurious spa-like bath.”

What do you think about Julianne Moore’s home?

Via Luxist



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