These two used to make up a famous Hollywood couple, but their story together has ended back in 2011. Actors Tea Leoni and David Duchovny have finally decided to sell their New York Upper East Side triplex maisonette, found at 170 East 78th Street, for $9.25 million. They have initially bought it back in 2008, for $6.25 million.
At first, this coquette home was not exactly equipped as a residence – it used to be comprised of three separate artist studios which were later merged. A pre-war Manhattan co-op, the home comprises four bedrooms, four and a half bathrooms, a family room, master bedroom with 13-foot tall ceilings, state of the art kitchen, private garden, sets of stairs throughout, a superbly paneled living room and wood-burning fireplaces.
Furthermore, it lies within an interestingly styled Art Deco construction which was completed back in 1927, with doorman, 9 stories and a total of 38 apartments. The building used to host other famous individuals as well, like the CEO of Urban Outfitters, Glen Senk, who has reportedly sold his private co-op for $1.4 million by the end of 2006, and the late Merrill Stenbeck, widow of the late Jan Stenbeck, the late chief of Investment AB Kinnevik brand.