Alec Baldwin's New York City Apartment in Devonshire House

Alec Baldwin Buys a Posh Pre-War Pad in NYC

30 Rock star Alec Baldwin has scooped up a 4,137-square-foot, four-bedroom, and four-and-one-half bath classic pre-war condo in the heart of Greenwich Village for a cool $12.5 million. Baldwin's new digs are in Devonshire House, a historic building designed by architect Emery Roth, which features a blend of Moorish masonry and British detailing as well as casually elegant modern interiors designed by acclaimed designer Victoria Hagan. The building's design is inspired by the Piccadilly, London, estate of the Duke of Devonshire, named Devonshire House. While the Devonshire family crest and other period English details embellish the façade and lobby, Roth also brought the vibrant social and artistic life of Greenwich Village to the design with Italianate motifs.

Come take a peek at Baldwin's gorgeous new home! Prepare to be envious!