Mamma Mia and mean girls Star Amanda Seyfried is saying goodbye to her Greenwich Village condo after recently putting the charming property on the market for $3.25 million.
Amanda Seyfried is best known for her recent role as Elizabeth Holmes on the hit series Disney Plus The Dropout. she bought the condominium in the stylish pre-war Devonshire House in 2010.
During Amanda Seyfried’s time at the estate, it was filled with neutral decorating ideas that are anything but boring. Let’s look around.
The grand entrance hall leads you into the actor’s former home and quickly branches out into the open plan living area. The house is filled with some smart modern decorating ideas.
The main focus of the room is the seating area with a striking black fireplace and shelving accented with decorative Moroccan-style dividers.
Across the hall (and across from the stunning oak floorboards) is an all-white eat-in kitchen.
The modern kitchen ideas were designed in a minimalist white by Anabelle Selldorf. Traditional accents in shaker-style cabinets and a butler sink soften the minimalist color palette.
Sash windows fill the room – and the entire apartment – with light; especially the dining area. A pretty little window box is a cute idea that will add a touch of rustic greenery to the room.
Storage is always a challenge in New York City homes, even for celebrities like Amanda Seyfriend. However, the master suite utilizes all of the wall space for potential storage with shelving built around the window frame.
The home was staged for sale, but the soft pink and beige furniture in both bedrooms offer a calming retreat from the stark gray lines of New York architecture.
Adjacent to the main suite is one of the two bathrooms, decorated in an elegant white color scheme.
The bathroom has an old Hollywood glamor feel with a gold topped large glass-enclosed shower and vanity with marble-like stone countertops.
The intricate wicker marble tile floor adds a pop of color to the space. It’s also heated, an essential luxury for those chilly New York mornings.
The house is located just minutes from Union Square Park in Devonshire House. The property was built in 1928 and designed by 20th-century architect Emery Roth.
This property is listed by Alicia Cacchione and Scott Stewart The Corcoran Group.