Take a look inside Keira Knightley's former N.Y.C. apartment, located in the trendy downtown neighborhood of TriBeCa, also home to A-listers like Taylor Swift, and Beyoncé and Jay Z, just sold for $6 million, less than its most recent listing price of $6.6 million, according to the New York Post. The apartment first hit the market for $8.4 million in 2009 with a different brokerage firm currently handling the sale.
Featuring three bedrooms and two-and-a-half-baths, the 3,280-square-foot duplex apartment has not one, but two floors (a luxury in the New York City apartment market), plus a 900-square-foot balcony looking out onto lower Manhattan. The gorgeous apartment, featuring 23-foot ceilings, also has a home office, large kitchen with updated appliances, and a stunning spiral staircase, giving the home a loft-like feel with the top of the staircase overlooking the living room on the floor below.
VIDEO: Inside Keira Knightley's Former N.Y.C. Apartment
Listed by KWNYC TRIBECA, the sprawling apartment also features floor-to-ceiling single-pane windows and oversize glass doors for maximum natural light, plus a seating area in the living room with exposed wood beams next to the kitchen.
Scroll down below to take a full look at Knightley's former apartment, and get inspired to revamp your own home with bold colors, sleek accents, and a touch of modern flair.
1. The Balcony
With an open floor plan, you can look out onto the apartment's living room from up on the second story. Plus the 23-foot ceilings make the home feel airy and spacious.
2. The Spiral Staircase
The gorgeous spiral staircase serves as a lovely focal point in the apartment's living room.
3. The Kitchen
We're loving the wooden finishes in the open-concept kitchen area, looking out to the living room.
4. The Library
We can totally picture Knightley curling up with a good book in this room.
5. The Master Bedroom
The spacious master bedroom also features a large en suite bathroom.
6. The Second Bedroom
Located off of the library, the second bedroom shares a Jack-and-Jill bathroom with the third.
7. The Upstairs Bathroom
The guest bathroom connects the second and third bedrooms.
8. The Third Bedroom
The third bedroom in the apartment is really big enough to be a master, and is definitely much bigger than our own tiny N.Y.C. bedrooms. It even has room for a desk!
9. The Office/Guest Room
This small nook-like room is the perfect place to just get away from it all.