Jesse Tyler Ferguson’s prewar Gramercy Park pied-à-terre is just as fun and full of personality as you might imagine—and now it’s on the market for $1.495 million.
The cozy unit, which spans approximately 900 square feet, features one bedroom and two bathrooms, with tons of the building’s original 1930’s detailing still intact: beamed ceilings, French doors, glass doorknobs, and even the original hardwood floors, stained a deep shade of espresso.
The unit, which Ferguson and his husband, Justin Mikita, purchased for $1,232,500 in early 2015, features an entrance hall that opens out onto the living room. Most of the walls are painted a cool turquoise.
Two sets of French doors lead off the living room—one set leads to a cozy, thick-cushioned reading nook lined with dark patterned wallpaper (the pattern appears to be of a handlebar mustache), while the other leads into the master bedroom.
The master bedroom is slightly larger than the living room and includes two walk-in closets (one of which can be converted into a windowed office behind yet another set of French doors) and a spacious bathroom featuring a marble-topped double-sink vanity and a generously sized linen closet.
Amenities in the building include a live-in super, a gym, a laundry room, and bike storage, which might explain the $1,877-a-month maintenance fees. The couple is also offering the option to buy the home completely furnished for an additional, undisclosed amount.
Ferguson and Mikita also own a 1920s Spanish Colonial Revival–style home in Los Angeles in the hip Los Feliz area, which they bought in the fall of 2013 for $4.55 million.
The house, which is just shy of 5,000-square-foot, 4-bedroom and 4.5-bathrooms, was previously owned by Gwen Stefani, after which it passed into the hands of “That 70s Show” creator Mark Brazill and Lärabar energy bar founder Lara Merriken, before finally landing in Tyler Ferguson and Mikita’s arms.