“We designed every square inch of it,” designer and television personality Nate Berkus told Architectural Digest when the magazine featured the Greenwich Village apartment he shares with his husband and fellow designer, Jeremiah Brent, and their daughter, Poppy.
They particularly love the double closet — “a monstrosity of a closet,” as Jeremiah put it — in the 3-bedroom, 3-bath spread, which they’ve listed for $10.5 million.
The light-filled penthouse is a duplex drenched in white with high, coffered ceilings and black and gold accents.
The home spans 2,800 square feet and includes a chef’s kitchen with skylights and an eight-burner range, a formal dining room and a wrought-iron staircase that leads to private living quarters below.
The master suite boasts a fireplace, an outrageous closet, and a master bath including dual sinks and a freestanding cast-iron tub.
Architectural Digest placed the home in a “beautiful stretch just above Washington Square Park, where the avenue begins and the surrounding prewar buildings are prized by those who seek elegance but also cherish the vitality, diversity and cultural heritage of Greenwich Village.”
The couple recently bought a house on the other coast, Variety reported.
The listing agent is Emily Beare of CORE.