Right now, Alexander Skarsgård could be seen in theaters throughout the nation as Amleth, the Viking prince on the heart of Robert Eggers’s The Northman. Coincidentally, his painstakingly renovated East Village co-op will quickly be on view, too. Skarsgård’s nineteenth century one bed room condominium will quickly hit the marketplace for $2.6 million, AD can affirm. This is a modest improve from the $2.3 million the Big Little Lies villain paid for the New York City dwelling again in 2017.
Though Skarsgård extensively renovated the area throughout his time there, his upgrades and adjustments have been achieved to intensify and spotlight the intact authentic particulars. He refurbished the unique pine flooring, and left parts just like the uncovered brick, authentic pocket shutters, a pre-war wood-burning marble fire, and uncovered beams in tact all through the condominium.
Custom European white oak cabinetry and Carrara marble counter tops within the kitchen present a refined backdrop, particularly when in comparison with the darkish, trendy cupboards and tiling they changed. The unit takes up all the prime ground of the constructing, permitting for skylights within the bed room, lavatory, and the dwelling area. Light from the lavatory’s skylight is mirrored by a brass insert within the bathe that gives a dramatic backdrop for an in any other case fantastically easy area that makes use of Duravit plumbing and Waterworks fixtures. European white oak was additionally employed for customized floor-to-ceiling closets within the bed room that cowl almost a complete wall.
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The buy of the condominium additionally consists of roof rights secured by the Stockholm native throughout his time there, permitting the brand new proprietor to construct out a non-public roof deck ought to they see match. The property shall be listed with Julia Hoagland of The Julia Hoagland Team and Emma St. Laurent. of Compass.