Fresh from her role as Silicon Valley biotech fraudster Elizabeth Holmes in the Hulu limited series “The Dropout,” and amid filming the upcoming Apple TV+ drama anthology “The Crowded Room,” busy-as-a-beaver Amanda Seyfried has hoisted her former Manhattan home on the market at $3.25 million.
Since the “Mean Girls” and “Mamma Mia!” star purchased the Greenwich Village condo, in 2010 for a smidgen over $1.9 million, she’s gotten married to stage and screen actor Thomas Sadoski (“The Newsroom,” “Life in Pieces”) and had a couple of kids. She and the fam have also moved uptown, to a 1,700-square-foot penthouse atop a storied Upper West Side building, which was quietly acquired almost three years ago for about $2.5 million.
Cleared of personal effects and staged for the selling process, Seyfried and Sadoski’s downtown condo has two bedrooms and two bathrooms in just under 1,600 square feet, according to listings held by Scott B. Stewart and Alicia Cacchione of Corcoran Group.
There are top notch finishes, custom moldings, oak floorboards, premium appliances, quality fixtures, and custom cabinetry, along with mullioned sash windows, many of which have up-close views of brick walls and neighboring apartments. Highlights include a fireplace in the living room that is flanked by shelves accented with Moroccan-style filigree screens, while the separate dining area is completely exposed to the all-white kitchen that features a homey farmhouse-style sink and industrial lights over the island snack bar.
The apartment sits on a lower floor of a handsomely unassuming 12-story brown-brick edifice that was designed by esteemed early 20th-century architect Emery Roth, built in 1928, and converted from rental apartments to luxury condos in 2009. Other high-profile residents who enjoy 24-hour doorman services, a landscaped courtyard, a rooftop terrace, a fitness center, a children’s playroom, and individual storage units, include Alec Baldwin, who presides over a sprawling multi-unit penthouse.
Nominated last year for an Oscar for her portrayal of Marion Davies in “Mank,” Seyfried and Sadowski live primarily in the Catskills, on a farm with lots of animals and a stylishly appointed 1920s stone house that’s been featured in Elle Décor and Vogue Living Australia. They also maintain a solid toe hold in Los Angeles, a vintage charmer in a historic Hollywood neighborhood that Seyfried picked up back in 2011 for $1.85 million from Adam Brody.