Gwyneth Paltrow’s New York City apartment has finally sold after more than a year on the market and several price chops.
Paltrow, 44, originally listed the Tribeca pied-á-terre in March 2016 for over $14.25 million, according to StreetEasy, but the place languished on the market and endured a handful price reductions. The most recent, according to Curbed, was to $9.95 million, $4 million below the original asking price. But it seems Paltrow’s fortunes, or possibly the market, have shifted because the home reportedly just sold for $10.7 million, $75,000 over the newest listing price.
Paltrow and ex-husband Chris Martin bought the home in 2007 for $5.1 million. The pair split in 2014.
Celebrity-favorite design firm Roman + Williams helped the lifestyle guru decorate the space, which her website Goop.com describes as floating “above the cobblestone streets like a pale, dreamy cloud.” The color palette is crisp white with furniture in shades of pale gray or lavender.
The living room is full of “artisanal” touches like hand-embroidered wallpaper and marble accents. A swing appropriate for grownups or the couple’s children Apple, 13, and Moses, 11, is made from an antique Indian door and topped with silk pillows.
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The massive all-white kitchen is pristine and features an oversize, tile-clad range hood and island as its centerpiece. Who wouldn’t be inspired to write a cookbook with countertops like that?
While we don’t get to see the bedroom, Goop wrote of the space: “The gigantic bed in the master bedroom (so enormous that sheets had to be custom-made) was designed so every last family member can sit together on it, cousins and pets included.”
Hopefully no one spills.