Jimmy Fallon’s house in New York City has been put on the market for $15 million. Located in Gramercy Park, one of the most enviable neighborhoods in New York City, the three-floor penthouse is akin to walking into a beautiful antique store.
The comedian and late-night television host originally invested in a one-bedroom bachelor pad in the famous 34 Gramercy Park East in 2002. Over the ensuing decades, alongside his movie-producer wife Nancy Juvonen, Jimmy Fallon invested in four neighboring apartments to create the stunning 4,950 square foot home.
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The result was an incredible home, unlike anything else in New York City. Six bedrooms and 5 bathrooms are spread across the three-floor penthouse.
Despite the extensive renovation, the home celebrates the architecture of the famous white-glove cooperative. Many of the building's original features have been restored, including the original hardwood floors and window frames.
The entry to the home is on the seventh floor via a beautiful foyer. The foyer leads into a living room filled with bold color combinations such as lime green and turquoise.
The walls are clad in a rare vintage wallpaper from the 1940s and wood paneling designed by Bednark. A custom-made turquoise sofa wraps around the entire room making this the perfect spot for gathering to watch movies on the room's in-ceiling projector.
The kitchen is definitely the heart of this home, offering incredible views over Gramercy Park. The room includes a dining area for six, but also a breakfast bar that seats eight for more intimate gatherings.
Like many of the other rooms in Jimmy Fallon's home, vintage pieces have been mixed with modern features. The gas fireplace has been restored with an original mantel set and vintage tiles. However, the kitchen is fully fitted with state-of-the-art home appliances and custom-made cabinetry.
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One of the biggest show-stoppers in this home is the walk-in pantry. If you are looking for pantry ideas, this amazing set up including circular shelves and kitsch wallpaper is bursting with inspiration.
It has adopted The Home Edit 'supermarket' organized look but taken it a step further. The rustic shelving and a price chalkboard make it look like you're stepping into a small-town store.
Perched on the eighth floor is the 'Saloon Room' this rustic room is perfect for entertaining. The room teeters on poor taste with dark wood fittings and plaid wallpaper, however, somehow it works.
The room includes a vintage barback with custom inlaid stained glass. It provides the perfect backdrop to the fully equipped wet bar. We can just imagine grabbing a whiskey from the bar before retiring to one of the plush chairs around the stone hearth.
The master room is located on the top floor. It is a peaceful retreat decorated in crisp whites and wood finishes. The room is bathed in light thanks to the newly installed skylight, allowing the bright white walls to really sing.
The suite includes its own fireplace, a wet bar with a refrigerator, and a custom built-in massage bed. We would have been satisfied just to have a spacious seating area in our bedroom, but this suite ticks all the boxes we never knew we wanted.
The property is currently listed with Jeremy Stein and Debbie Korb of Sotheby’s International Realty (opens in new tab) – Downtown Manhattan Brokerage.
Jimmy Fallon isn't the only celebrity to grace the corridors of 34 Gramercy Park East. The white-glove cooperative has been home to James Cagney and Margaret Hamilton, the Wicked Witch of the West from The Wizard of OZ. We wonder who will be the next person to buy into the rich history of this property.
Where does Jimmy Fallon live now?
It is not clear where Jimmy Fallon will be moving to next. However, the star also owns a home in Sagaponack, N.Y that he bought in 2011. The 1850s house includes two guest cottages and a barn, so the Fallon family won't be short of space after leaving their Gramercy Park penthouse.
Rebecca is the News Editor on Homes and Gardens. She has been working as a homes and interiors journalist for over four years. She first discovered her love of interiors while interning at Harper's Bazaar and Town & Country during my Masters in Magazine Journalism at City, University of London. After graduating she started out as a feature writer for Women's Weekly magazines, before shifting over to online journalism and joining the Ideal Home digital team covering news and features. She is passionate about shopping for well-crafted home decor and sourcing second-hand antique furniture where possible.
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