Celebrity real estate tends to sell fast. Recently remodeled celebrity real estate? That tends to sell extra fast.
Just months after Emmy Rossum's detailed renovation of her New York City was featured on the pages of Siweb, the "Shameless" actress unloaded the co-op for $1.1 million.
The pied-à-terre (or, as she dubbed it before the renovations, the "pied-à-teardown") was Rossum's retreat when she visited New York City, though her main residence is a 3,621-square-foot residence in a Beverly Hills cul-de-sac that she purchased for $2.1 million in 2006, reports .
After the renovation led by Brooklyn-native designer , her Manhattan getaway on East 57th street was exactly what Rossum had envisioned: "chic, European, the look of a modern girl who has inherited her grandmother's stuff," she told Buzzetta. The star wanted a youthful energy with elegant old-fashioned touches.
All of the furniture Rossum added to the 1-bedroom apartment was new, although some were antiques, and the space features herringbone floors, casement windows and custom closets throughout. According to , the co-op is situated in a circa-1928 white-glove building just off Sutton Place.
Throughout the home, features stay thoughtful: The fireplace in the living room has been faced with 19th-century carved Cararra marble from Paris while cerused oak built-in bookcases offer plenty of storage space for good reads.
Care for more details? Head to the house tour to learn more, and take a peak at other photos from the listing below.