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Gwyneth Paltrow and Chris Martin's 'Pale, Dreamy' Loft in New York City Has Finally Sold for $10 Million

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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.

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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.

Björn Wallander
Björn Wallande
Björn Wallander
Björn Wallander

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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?

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Björn Wallander
Björn Wallande

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.Save