Amazing Homes of 2017 Emmy Winners

In this article, Mattar Property Development will take a look into the living styles of some of the 2017 Emmy Winners.

Alec Baldwin Home

A. Alec Baldwin

Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series.

A $16.5 million penthouse at 470 West 24th Street near the High Line, New York. The co-op apartment is approved for combination of two penthouses to create a full-floor abode with nearly 5,000 square feet of space that offers five bedrooms and four-and-a-half bathrooms. The home is illuminated with natural light that’s invited in through the oversized casement windows and other features like ten-foot high ceilings, and white oak floors contribute to the airy feel.

Nicole Kidman Apartment

B. Nicole Kidman

Outstanding Lead Actress in a Limited Series.

The unit is the 3,248-square-foot duplex penthouse, on the market now for $12.95 million. It is astonishing. Even the outdoor space, which is faced away from the windy Hudson River, feels like an additional room, perfectly squared and roofed off facing northeast with views of Chelsea and the midtown skyline.

Alexander Skarsgard Apartment

C. Alexander Skarsgard

Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Limited Series.

A prime block in New York City’s East Village valued more than the $2 million dollar. The stylishly bohemian and celeb-pedigreed fourth floor walk-up unit, in a building popular with artsy famous folk, is configured with just one bedroom and one bathroom but, as per marketing materials, is easily converted to a two-bedroom spread.

Julia Louis Dreyfus Apartment

D. Julia Louis-Dreyfus

Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series.

A three-bedroom apartment with ten large picture windows and panoramic views of Central Park. The selling price is over the $6.75 million. Amenities include a full-service gym, playroom and half basketball court.

Laura Dern Home

E. Laura Dern

Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Limited Series.

It was designed in 1953 by Calvin C. Straub of the famed midcentury firm Buff, Straub, and Hensman. Straub was once called the father of California post and beam architecture by noted architectural historian Esther McCoy. Dern set about remodeling the house with the help of architect Michael Kovac. Over the period of “a few seasons,” they put glass where there were once walls, added skylights to the house, and enlarged the kitchen. They added a pool and removed a light-blocking hedge.

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