After residing in his Manhattan apartment for about a decade, Logan Star Hugh Jackman decided to bid farewell to his fascinating home earlier this year as he listed it with one of America’s most esteemed brokers, Deborah Grubman, along with David Adler and Paul Albano of the famous international real estate company, The Corcoran Group.
After an official account of X-Men star Deborah Grubman’s spectacular apartment, we get a glimpse into the Aussie actor’s life, which, by the looks of his home, is laced with luxury. and greatness. From the guest rooms to the library, every nook and cranny of Hugh Jackman’s stunning West Village estate is suave and breathtaking.
A glimpse of Hugh Jackman’s Manhattan apartment
Hugh Jackman first bought this apartment in 2008 for $12 million and listed it for sale for $38.9 million along with Deborah Grubman and the other two Corcoran band members.
The spectacular triplex spans the 8th through 10th floors of the Richard Meier-designed building, occupies approximately 11,000 square feet and offers the most enchanting “Sunset over the Hudson River and New York Harbor”, as Grubman herself said PEOPLE.
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“This is a spectacular apartment where quite simply, what you see is what you get. The double-height great room has a real “wow factor” and offers unobstructed and ever-changing views of the sunset over the Hudson River and New York Harbor.”
The eighth floor consists of four guest bedrooms with bathrooms, a library, a powder room and a terrace offering an incredible view of the river. Arriving on the ninth floor, we come across a fairly large double-height room sharing the space with a kitchen, dining room, and gas fireplace lending a warm yet charming ambience. And the top floor is entirely given over to the exquisite master suite with a spa bath, walk-in closet and even a sauna! Meanwhile, walls of glass surround the entire apartment with each floor connected by a spiral staircase.
Obviously, being the Wolverine is proving to be a glorious undertaking for Jackman.
Hugh Jackman bought a penthouse in Chelsea
Jackman traded his massive West Village home for a slightly smaller but equally quaint penthouse apartment in a Jean Nouvel-designed building on Fifth Avenue for $21.1 million, according to The New York Times.
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The greatest showman star with his wife, Deborra-Lee Furness, an Australian actress and producer, closed the penthouse at 100 11th Avenue last August after putting their former home on the market in July. The apartment rests inside “a condominium of steel and glass” and although it has less square footage than the couple’s previous residence, it has approximately 4,000 square feet of outdoor space, as well as a beautiful rooftop terrace and sun deck overlooking the captivating cityscape as well as the hudson river.
With high ceilings and glass walls, the penthouse features three bedrooms and bathrooms and plenty of luxury amenities. So it’s certainly as good a win as Jackman’s previous home.
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