Nate Berkus and Jeremiah Brent Are Selling Their Greenwich Village Home for $800K

published Sep 6, 2019
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They recently ditched their West Coast spread for New York, but interior design power couple Nate Berkus and Jeremiah Brent are already packing up one of their properties. The duo just listed their one-bed, one-bath apartment in Greenwich Village for a pretty reasonable $800,000 (trust us, that’s incredibly reasonable, especially for that neighborhood). If you’re not looking to put in the decorating effort yourself, then you’re in luck: the property can be purchased fully furnished with a blend of vintage decor and pieces from the couple’s own collection. It’s not every day that two of the most famous interior designers in the world list a home they actually staged themselves!

Tucked in a 19th-century brownstone in Greenwich Village and within walking distance from Washington Square Park, the classic apartment embraces historic architecture with a twist of modern style. A regal marble fireplace serves as the focal point in the sparkling white living room, while three south-facing windows with unique original details stream in natural light. With 11-foot, four-inch ceilings towering overhead, the apartment feels both spacious and cozy. French doors lead from the main room to the bedroom, where you’ll find plenty of storage in the ample closet space. A comfortable dining nook near the entrance to the kitchen is the perfect spot for a quiet dinner for two. 

Back in 2016, Berkus and Brant sold their Greenwich Village duplex penthouse for $9.8 million, the New York Post reported. You may recall that sprawling space from the pages of Architectural Digest, which highlighted their new nursery for daughter Poppy. (The couple now has a son, Oskar, as well.) They listed their sprawling Los Angeles home in the Hancock Park neighborhood back in December, Variety reported. They bought that home from Friends and Grace & Frankie creator Marta Kauffman. We’re anxiously awaiting to see what (and potentially who’s!) property they’ll pick up next!

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