Ashley Olsen Just Bought a $7.3 Million Condo—See Inside the Swanky Pad
Ashley Olsen has scooped up a new condo for $7.3 million and the home's interior is as luxurious as you'd imagine. Located in New York City, this Greenwich Village pad is situated in a beautifully historic 1898 building that formerly housed an art gallery, StreetEasy reports.
With her new flat, the former Full House star can expect 3,000 square feet of pure luxury. The showroom-style apartment offers expansive windows for plenty of natural lighting, hardwood flooring, and high ceilings for an airy, open space that's instantly relaxing.
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With two bedrooms and two-and-a-half baths, there's still plenty of space for guests to stay over. And given the home's fancy interior and luxury living quarters, we're guessing Ashley's other half and twin sister, Mary-Kate Olsen, will be stopping by for regular visits. To see inside Ashley's swanky new digs, flip through the photos above.
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The Master Bathroom
Whoever coined the term "all-white everything," was clearly talking about this gorgeous marble bathroom. Here, the Olsen twin can primp and prep in serious style.
This kitchen has massive amounts of counterspace for cooking up 5-star meals right from home.
The Dining Area
This chic dining space is situated right off the kitchen for easy and accessible dinner parties.
The Master Bedroom
Olsen can count on a good night's sleep in these cozy sleeping quarters.
The Sitting Area
With wide-open windows and white walls, this airy space is a cheery spot for sitting down to chat with guests.
The Guest Bedroom
Ashley will have dibs on whichever room she loves more to use as her master bedroom. This second sleeping space isn't too shabby, either.
The Main Floor
Here, you really get a good look at the home's unique layout, which features exposed steel accents throughout for an industrial feel.
From Outside the Building
The building's grand exterior hints at the luxury living quarters inside.