According to Big Time, Scarlett Johansson has sold her 1,300-square-foot duplex loft in Manhattan's Tribeca neighborhood for nearly $1.89 million. The starlet purchased the unit for nearly $1.95 million in January of 2006, meaning she took a loss on this sale, perhaps thanks to the looming housing crisis. But, a loss of $52,000 is uncommon in Manhattan, if not everywhere, so perhaps next time Johansson should hire a more experienced broker. The loft sits in a former textile building, a Beaux Arts landmark designed by renowned architect Henry Janeway Hardenbergh, which was built in 1901. To hear more about the property and see additional images, read more.
The listing reads:
An airy, state-of-the-art duplex, this loft features 22-foot ceilings, hand-painted Tuscan walls, Brazilian cherry wood floors, Limestone fireplace and double-height windows. The chef's kitchen is perfect for entertaining with Sub-Zero refrigerator, wine cooler, Thermador 36-in wide 6-burner gas range, Asko dishwasher and honed Burlington black stone counters. A lavish powder room/full 2nd bath greets guests downstairs while the master bath is complete with double sinks, European pod-shaped soaking tub, and 5-fixture shower.