02nd Dec 2020
The four-bedroom apartment has a massive 1,700-square-foot roof garden and is full of stylish details.
Kate Winslet’s Chelsea apartment, on West 22nd Street in New York, is currently on sale for $5,699,000, which works out at over €4.7 million. Split over two floors, it has four bedrooms, a large kitchen and living area, and a particularly large roof garden.
The open plan kitchen and living space is a long, bright room with windows on three sides. The 13 foot ceilings also help emphasise the size of the space, which has white walls and white-washed wide-plank oak floors, adding to the bright feel.
The kitchen has a large wooden island with a breakfast bar on one side, and a sink and prep area on the other. There is also a huge six-burner range, perfect for cooking up meals for a crowd.
On this level, there are three bedrooms, including a main suite with a walk-in wardrobe and ensuite bathroom with a claw-foot bathtub, while the other two bedrooms share another bathroom. The fourth bedroom is on the upper level, with another bathroom and wardrobe space, It alternatively could make a great office space, or an additional living area.
The wraparound roof terrace is also on this upper level, which measures 1,700 square feet. It has views of The High Line and the Hudson River, and pre-pandemic, we imagine there have definitely been some amazing parties hosted there.
Kate Winslet got this apartment as part of a divorce settlement from director Sam Mendes, and it was previously listed for rent for a cool $30,000 a month back in 2012 (which actually makes buying it for $5.7 million seem more cost-efficient).
Click through our gallery above for the full tour. You can see the apartment listing here.
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