Actor Josh Charles of “Dead Poets Society” and “The Good Wife” has scooped up a beautiful Manhattan condo for $6.3 million.
Located in the pre-war Devonshire House in NYC’s Greenwich Village, Charles’ new digs stretch to 2,615 square feet. The three-bedroom, four-bath unit is nestled on a middle floor of the full-service building.
Features like rich brown hardwood floors, walls of multi-pane sash windows, and a nearly 25-foot, beamed-ceiling living room give the space an air of luxurious expanse. In addition to east and west exposures, the condo also includes a large entrance gallery and views of the building’s lush courtyard.
Interiors are bright, with a good sense of scale. The large living room opens up to an airy combination kitchen and dining room space complete with a snack bar, center island, custom cabinetry, and marble slab countertops. Each of the bedrooms is en-suite, and the master suite shines with a small walk-in closet and a marble-topped double-sink vanity space.
In addition to his role on “The Good Wife,” Charles has also recently appeared on “Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt,” “Law & Order True Crime,” and “Wet Hot American Summer: Ten Years Later.”