You Can Own Meg Ryan’s SoHo Loft for $10.9 Million!
Meg Ryan’s SoHo Loft is a gorgeous place she bought from Hank Azaria two years ago.
The actress, who is known for her roles in “When Harry Met Sally” and “You’ve Got Mail”, has listed her SoHo loft and anyone can buy it!
This SoHo loft is a fifth-floor, full-floor pad located in a former button factory at 84 Mercer St.
It is a spacious place that spreads on 4,100 square feet and it features three bathrooms, a chef’s eat-in kitchen, a butler’s pantry, a media room, and 13 oversize windows.
The beautiful residence is drown in original details including architectural columns, along with a $6,147 a month maintenance rent.
At the time she purchased the house she did it anonymously, through an LLC called ”Third World Dog Trust,” from fellow actor Hank Azaria, who is best known for his borrowing his voice in “The Simpsons”. The actress paid $8 million in 2014.
Meg Ryan put the house throughout serious renovations. She wanted everything to be perfect and hired architect Joel Barkley.
After hiring him and designer Monique Gibson, Architectural Design featured their own on the cover last fall. The magazine also contained a profile of Ryan’s space.
The spacious master bedroom has an exposed brick wall, eight beautifully designed closets and an en-suite bathroom. While the master bath has a free-standing tub, dual vanities and a stall shower, among other amenities.
When you enter the loft, you see a 40-foot light-flooded gallery with five huge windows facing west on Mercer Street. Then there is the third bedroom at the far end of the gallery has a Murphy bed and shares a bathroom with the media room.
The huge eat-in kitchen with three large windows has custom cabinetry by Fine Woodwork and marble shelving and counter tops.
The Queen Anne-style co-op property located at 84 Mercer was built in 1884 on the site of the former St. Nicholas Hotel.
If you want to buy the residence, you should contact the listing broker who is Corcoran’s Barbara Hochhauser.
What do you say? Are you willing to spend $10.9 Million for this SoHo loft?