Inside Anne Hathaway’s new Upper West Side penthouse

Oscar-winning actress Anne Hathaway dreamed a dream and now she’s joining the stroller-and-early-bedtime set with a new $2.55 million Upper West Side co-op.

Hathaway and producer husband Adam Shulman sold their Dumbo loft in the Clocktower building in Dumbo back in July 2014 and were reportedly residing in Los Angeles, according to 6sqft. Their new penthouse, located at 18 West 74th Street, will likely be used as a pied-a-terre considering that it’s just 1,200 square feet and the couple has a baby on the way.

The two-bedroom, two-bathroom apartment has a sunny north to south layout custom lighting and cabinetry, French doors and a private terrace.

Their new five-unit building, dubbed the Mansion, is part of row of Neo-Georgian buildings that stretch from 18-52 West 74 Street. The buildings were developed by the Clark Family in 1904, the same family that is responsible for the Dakota.

Hathaway’s former home, which she lived in with convicted fraudster Raffaello Follieri is currently on the market for $59,500-a-month.