Tony Shalhoub lists 2-bed apartment in 1930 co-op building near Manhattan’s Central Park for $4.5M

Monk and Mrs. Maisel star Tony Shalhoub lists 2-bed apartment in 1930 co-op building near Manhattan’s Central Park for $4.5M

  • The actor, 68, purchased the residence in 2016 for a shade under $4 million
  • The apartment is in a 16-story full service co-op building completed in 1930
  • The kitchen’s original stainless steel and glass cabinetry has been restored
  • The living room opens out onto a 60-foot-long terrace with slate pavers
  • Each bedroom has an ensuite bath and there’s a half-bath off the kitchen

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He’s famous for his award-winning TV series Monk and is currently starring in Amazon’s hit show The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel.

And now Tony Shalhoub has decided it’s time to make a move in the property market and has listed for sale his co-op apartment on New York’s Upper West Side.

The actor, 68, is asking $4.5 million for the six-room residence that includes two bedrooms and two-and-a-half baths, dirt. com reported Thursday.

Moving on: Tony Shalhoub, star of Monk and The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, has listed for sale his apartment in a 1930 co-op building on New York's Upper West Side

Moving on: Tony Shalhoub, star of Monk and The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, has listed for sale his apartment in a 1930 co-op building on New York’s Upper West Side

Listed: The actor, 68, is asking $4.5 million for the six-room residence that includes two bedrooms and two-and-a-half baths, Dirt.  com reported Thursday

Listed: The actor, 68, is asking $4.5 million for the six-room residence that includes two bedrooms and two-and-a-half baths, Dirt. com reported Thursday

The apartment is located within a 16-story building built in 1930 that sits half a block from Central Park in Manhattan.

Shalhoub, who is married to actress Brooke Adams, purchased it in 2016 for a shade under $4 million, according to Dirt.com.

Residents of the co-op building pay an additional fee of several thousand dollars each month for a range of services including a 24-hour doorman, a health club and a children’s playroom.

Location: The apartment is located within a 16-story building half a block from Central Park in Manhattan and boasts a 60-foot long terrace accessed via French doors from the living room

Location: The apartment is located within a 16-story building half a block from Central Park in Manhattan and boasts a 60-foot long terrace accessed via French doors from the living room

Vintage style: Shalhoub's apartment features original herringbone pattern parquet in the living room and has a large walk-in closet off the foyer

Vintage style: Shalhoub’s apartment features original herringbone pattern parquet in the living room and has a large walk-in closet off the foyer

The kitchen's original stainless steel and glass kitchen cabinetry has been restored

There's a half-bath off the kitchen and a butler's pantry with laundry appliances

Amenities: The kitchen’s original stainless steel and glass kitchen cabinetry has been restored. There’s a half-bath off the kitchen and a butler’s pantry with laundry appliances

Full service building: There's a separate dining room and residents pay a fee of several thousand dollars a month for a range of services including a 24-hour doorman and health club

Full service building: There’s a separate dining room and residents pay a fee of several thousand dollars a month for a range of services including a 24-hour doorman and health club

Shalhoub’s apartment features original herringbone pattern parquet in the living room which has steel-trimmed French doors opening onto a terrace that spans the full width of the home.

There’s a separate dining room, a butler’s pantry with laundry appliances, and a large walk-in closet off the foyer.

The en-suite bathrooms include vintage tile and kitchen’s original stainless steel and glass kitchen cabinetry has been restored.

Shalhoub and Adams won’t be stuck for a place to call their own once the apartment sells, however. They are the longtime owners of a multi-acre estate in Tony Martha’s Vineyard.

Rooms with a view: Each bedroom has an en suite bathroom and offer city vistas

Rooms with a view: Each bedroom has an en suite bathroom and offer city vistas

Tidy profit: Shalhoub purchased the residence in 2016 for a shade under $4 million, according to Dirt.com

Tidy profit: Shalhoub purchased the residence in 2016 for a shade under $4 million, according to Dirt.com

Couple: Shalhoub and wife Brooke Adams won't be stuck for a place to call their own once the apartment sells, however.  They are longtime owners of an estate in Martha's Vineyard

Couple: Shalhoub and wife Brooke Adams won’t be stuck for a place to call their own once the apartment sells, however. They are longtime owners of an estate in Martha’s Vineyard

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