Thursday, March 01, 2012

Anderson's PH Loft on W. 38th for Sale

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Living room and guest room

The NY Post broke the news yesterday that Anderson Cooper's former residence on 38th Street is on the market for $3.7 million dollars. Today has posted pictures from the Douglas Elliman listing.
More pictures and floor plans after the jump.

Master bedroom

Upper floor dining area and lounge space

Upper floor lounge area off kitchen/dining room

Upper floor kitchen

Master bath

Guest room off living room

Stairwell to second floor

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Anonymous said...

There are a lot of people, Anderson included apparently, who like ultra-modern sleek homes but it just looks too stark and sterile for me. The terrace looks great, the best place in the whole apartment.

I hope Anderson keeps tons of the original stuff as he can in his firehouse - the floors, the mouldings, the nooks and crannies.

Personally, I'd rather have an older woody place; not these newer tinny sort of homes. Gotta have a caribou nibblign the croquet hoops.


Anonymous said...

Perfect candidate for selling New York or Million Dollar Listing - NY. It seems he spent more time renovating it than he did living there.

Jaanza Too much white for me and I need more in my comfort zone than what's there. And I agree I hope he kept the firehouse true to its original design. Vintage buildings are what I love.


Phebe said...

I'm an designer and I tend to pick up on things that go unnoticed by others. That said did anyone notice the dining room table and chairs are the ones from in his previous apartment that was in the same building? The one that was featured in In Style November 2004? There are probably more reused pieces, I’ll have to look closer when time permits.
I have a feeling the loft was professionally staged. I'm sure the finishes and design elements represent his style but some of the chotchkie seems to be for effect, not personally selected by someone with taste.

aries moon said...

I do remember the dining room table and chairs because I remember at the time thinking that the chairs looked a little uncomfortable.

Anonymous said...

Phoebe, you notice the design and I look carefully at the kitchen:) chef kitchen, with high end appliances and ceasarstone countertop (didn't even know they have ceasarstone here in the US, it's a staple of the Israeli kitchen). Kind of over the top for someone who's culinary skills amount to boiling hot dogs. Than again, maybe he likes to entertain. Oh, wait, he doesn't like parties. This place wasn't right for him. That's why he's moving to another one, three times bigger. I'll stop here because I just realized I'm starting to sound cruel. -Sarah

ACAnderFan said...

@aries moon, the uncomfortable chairs are so guests don't hang around too long! lol

Anonymous said...

I don't like stark and sterile, either, but have you ever seen pictures of his mother's home? Gloria Vanderbilt seems like a sweet lady, but every INCH of her place is covered with SOMETHING - whether it's patterns or colors or chotchkes or whatever!! If I grew up with that like Anderson did, I'd probably go for stark and sterile, too!!