Jimmy Fallon’s incredible abode

Jimmy Fallon and wife Nancy Juvonen have listed their New York City home 34 Gramercy Park East. Built in 1883, it has been home to many notable figures, including James Cagney and Margaret Hamilton, the Wicked Witch of the West.

Enter this 4,950 sq. ft. imaginative space via the seventh floor. Potential residents will find original, restored window frames, casings and hardwood floors throughout, and the highest quality fixtures and finishes. All this is combined with a curated collection of treasured vintage and antique finds from around the world.

The elegantly proportioned living room is one-of-a-kind. Papered in rare vintage wallpaper from the 1940’s and paneled in skewed wood-planking designed by Bednark, there is also a plush custom sofa and in-ceiling projector making this room the perfect place for casual gatherings. A west-facing eat-in kitchen features state-of-the-heart home appliances, and custom cabinetry with E.R. Butler hardware. Adjacent to the kitchen is a walk-in pantry which once functioned as a working sound studio.

Along with the living room and kitchen, two spacious bedrooms with two full baths, a home office and laundry room complete the seventh floor. A beautifully custom-crafted staircase unites the home’s three floors and is adorned by a whimsical mural. Below the staircase is a hidden playroom, whilst on the eight floor you will find a saloon room with its spectacular entertaining space, featuring a vintage barback with custom inlaid stained glass, complemented by a custom-designed fully equipped wet bar, and a gas fireplace with stone hearth. Also, on the eighth floor are two additional bedrooms (one currently used as a home gym) and a full bath. The ninth floor is home to a primary suite and the private wing of the home. 

£11m / €12.6m / $15m
Sotheby’s International Realty – Downtown Manhattan Brokerage
Jeremy V. Stein and Debbie Korb
t: +1 917 854 4411

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