Actors David Duchovny and Tea Leoni split back in 2011. And as much as they loved their triplex maisonette in New York’s Upper East Side, ex couple has decided to sell the place for $9,25 million. “Californication” star and his ex-wife have bought the stunning property at 170 East 78th Street, which was originally three separate artsist studios that were combined, into one living space, for $6.25 million back in 2008.
This lavishly decorated pre-war Manhattan co-op boasts four bedrooms, four and a half baths, a majestic paneled living room, family room and master bedroom with 13-foot-high ceilings, wood-burning fireplaces, a top-of-the-line kitchen, a lot of stairs and a private garden.The antique lounge furniture and crystal-dripping chandeliers give a retro touch to this modern apartment.
This co-op apartment is situated in Art Deco-style building, built in 1927 which has nine stories and 38 apartments, with a doorman. Residents of the building over the years have included Urban Outfitters CEO Glen Senk, who sold his co-op there in late 2006 for $1,400,000; and the late Merrill Stenbeck, who had been the widow of the late Investment AB Kinnevik investment company chief Jan Stenbeck, according to public records.
According to Curbed, Duchovny is now living in a swanky Central Park West bachelor pad of sorts. No word on where Leoni now lives. [Stribling]