Alexander Skarsgard, the Swedish actor who starred in “True Blood” and the new movie “The Northman,” is buying groceries round his New york penthouse of 5 years for $2.6 million.
That’s $300,000 greater than he paid for the unit in 2017, however the fee bump comes with some upgrades. Skarsgard mounted where up right through his half-decade keep, transforming the kitchen and touching up the partitions and heat pine flooring.
Discovered within the East Village, the prewar house is tucked atop a townhouse in-built 1845. It’s a part of a co-op, and the $2,222 per thirty days HOA dues pay for repairs, a live-in superintendent and not unusual lawn.
The lounge. (Yale Wagner)
The uncovered brick. (Yale Wagner)
The open flooring plan. (Yale Wagner)
The built-ins. (Yale Wagner)
The fireside. (Yale Wagner)
The kitchen. (Yale Wagner)
The bed room. (Yale Wagner)
The toilet. (Yale Wagner)
The roof. (Yale Wagner)
The development. (Yale Wagner)
The house displays its age in an effective way with a stone fireside, uncovered brick partitions and rustic beamed ceilings damaged up by way of 5 skylights. Trendy finishes come with marble within the kitchen, motorized sunglasses within the bed room and a customized wall of brass in the toilet.
The ground plan lately holds one bed room, however the checklist claims a 2nd may also be added. It additionally comes with roof rights, so the patron may construct a non-public rooftop deck overlooking the New York Town skyline.
Emma St. Laurent and Stephane Guerrier of Compass cling the checklist.
A local of Stockholm, Skarsgard served within the Swedish army sooner than shifting to the U.S. for appearing. He rose to status with a job in 2001’s “Zoolander,” and his more moderen credit come with “The Legend of Tarzan” and the TV displays “Giant Little Lies” and “Succession.”