Kate Moss & Johnny Depp's Former Home Hits the Market for $15 Million
This post was originally written by Annie Doge for 6sqft.
Here’s a blast from the past that’s sure to get you nostalgic for the '90s. A 6sqft tipster has pointed out that the beautiful NYC townhouse that equally beautiful Johnny Depp and Kate Moss rented in when they were engaged 20-plus years ago is now on the market.
Let's have a look inside, shall we?
Priced at $14.9 million, the brick-clad stunner at 112 Waverly Palace is a historic 1820s structure spanning five levels, with four income-producing units that include a duplex penthouse, a 925-square-foot one-bedroom, a garden duplex, and, of course, the spectacular carriage house that Moss and Depp canoodled in during the mid-'90s.
Measuring a generous 22 feet wide by 97 feet deep, the entire Greenwich Village residence comes in at nearly 6000 feet and offers its buyer the opportunity to create one massive single-family home, or to keep it all as is for a “high-end income producing investment.” According to the listing, the four units all have “exceptionally large windows, private outdoor space and wood burning fireplaces."
Though all of the units are quite beautiful, the carriage house where Moss and Depp once lived is really what makes the property unique—and to be honest, it’s all we really care about. This part of the residence boasts 1800 square feet with two bedrooms, two bathrooms (one at the mezzanine), two levels of outdoor space, and a spectacular living room with a celestial skylight and 25-foot ceilings. There’s also a massive wood-burning fireplace and exposed brick throughout.
Since the celeb pair’s residency, the carriage house has also been upgraded with new appliances, a coffered copper ceiling, radiant heated floors, and a luxurious alcove bathtub and steam shower—all perks surely factored into the $19,000/month rent it was asking just last year.
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