American actor and comedian Jonah Hill is looking to shake up his property portfolio by waving goodbye to his deluxe loft in lower Manhattan.
Jonah Hill, the American actor, filmmaker, and comedian, has come a long way since his early days in 40-Year-Old Virgin. Over the past 15 years, the talented director has stepped out of the shadows and established himself as a powerhouse on the big and small screen, nabbing Academy Award nominations left to right and centre.
With a new Netflix original on the way and a trophy cabinet seemingly growing by the day, it’s little wonder the 38-year-old is outgrowing his digs. According to The New York Post, Hill has listed his three-bedroom, four-and-a-half bathroom NoHo loft for just $11 million.
The condo is tucked into a high floor of The Schumacher, a handsome seven-story Romanesque Revival structure designed by Edward E. Raht. Hill bought the 3,200-square-foot spread about 6.5 years ago for almost $9.2 million and currently has it leased, according to listings held by Nick Gavin at Compass. Taxes and standard charges tally up to more than $12,000 per month.
But now, he is looking to shake up his property portfolio by waving goodbye to his deluxe loft in lower Manhattan. Hill’s unit is a sprawling space with a window-lined corner great room boasting 12-foot barrel-vaulted brick ceilings and an open kitchen with a breakfast bar.
Each of the four en suite bedrooms has a beautiful view, overlooking a courtyard created by MoMA garden designer Ken Smith. Other highlights include a custom-made projector and screen in the 800-plus-square-foot combination living and dining room.
A gourmet kitchen with nearly veinless white marble counters that waterfall over the ends of a large island snack bar; the main suite stretches more than 31 feet long with two closets, one of them a walk-in and two bathrooms, one of them with heated floor and steam shower.
Located in the NoHo neighbourhood at 36 Bleecker, Unit 5A boasts soaring, 12-foot barrel-vaulted ceilings with exposed brick. The unit has some of the highest ceilings in the buildings, and the barrel-vaulted style gives it plenty of character.