By Jon Davis
The comedian Jimmy Fallon is putting his home up for sale, and now the world gets to see how he lives.
The Wall Street Journal first reported that Fallon’s penthouse was on the market for $15 million. Over the years, he steadily grew it – apartment by apartment.
The penthouse consists of four apartments on three floors and is located on the third floor of the building. It has six bedrooms and five bathrooms and a total of 6,000 square feet of living space. Fallon has lived here with his wife, Nancy Juvonen, for more than a decade.
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Fallon, who is 46, bought the original one-bedroom apartment in 2002 for $850,000. But he expanded as neighboring apartments came on the market.
He spent $1.5 million on a unit on the same level, which he later combined with his one-bedroom apartment.
In 2010, he paid $1.35 million for an eighth-floor apartment and in 2010 for a second apartment, which he bought and left as a studio. Six years later, Fallon added another unit at the top of the building, a two-bedroom, three-bathroom unit. The New York Post reported that he bought a third apartment in the historic building at 9th Street and Washington Avenue for about $3.4 million.
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Fallon’s house opens to a seventh-floor foyer with a living room on each side, and the kitchen faces west, overlooking the infamous private Gramercy Park, according to photos of the home. The couple’s two daughters also have two playrooms, one under the stairs.
On the eighth floor there are several fun areas, including the salon with its individually inlaid stained glass and vintage furniture. The Saloons Room has a bar with a large bar table, small table and chairs, and a glass wall full of bespoke stained glass, all in the style of the late 1970s.
Meanwhile, on the ninth floor is the primary suite, which has natural light thanks to a newly installed skylight. The refuge has a built-in massage bed and there is also a spa with private pool, whirlpool, sauna, whirlpool and steam room.