For over ten years Jimmy Fallon, host of the late-night chat show, and his wife, film producer Nancy Juvonen, have been collecting four apartments in the New York Cooperative Gramercy that have been turned into a triplex penthouse. As versatile as their creative personalities, they recently launched the 4-in-1 apartment with an area of 5,000 square meters for 15 million US dollars.
The Fallon Penthouse Triplex is filled with unexpected combinations of color, pattern, texture, and objects that start in the foyer and run through the entire apartment. Over a ten-year period, the Fallons expanded the original apartment until they had four units that they could join together to form one huge house. Now with six bedrooms and five full baths, it has been lovingly restored from the window panels to the original wooden floors. The three largest rooms are stacked on top of each other and comprise the kitchen-cum-living room with a fireplace, the living room above with a stone fireplace, a bar and wooden and plaid walls. The master suite on the highest level offers skylights, a seating area with a bar, two walk-in closets and a double vanity. The remaining bedrooms are on the upper and lower floors. The colorful rooms are decorated with vintage wallpapers, fabrics and collected treasures from around the world.
The listing agent for the Fallons is Jeremy V. Stein of Sotheby’s International Realty – Brokerage in downtown Manhattan.
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