Gwyneth Paltrow has been having a little bit of trouble selling her apartment, so what did the ever-resourceful queen of wellness do? Use her lifestyle website to glorify her listing of course!
Until now, there have been no interior shots released of the $13 million Tribeca pad at 416 Washington Street that she and Chris Martin own together and have been trying to sell. But that all changed today when Goop published six images of the “confident, breezy” three bedroom apartment, which was designed by Roman and Williams. The uncouple had originally listed it for $14,250,000, but lowered the price in April after it had been on the market for little more than a month.
Apparently, even that price drop hasn’t helped sell the place, hence this home profile in Goop, which has lots of juicy details in it. For one thing, we now know the apartment “floats above the cobblestone streets like a pale, dreamy cloud.” There’s also a swing made from an antique Indian door, which Gwyneth sat on to read to her children, a bed that is so enormous the entire family could lie in it and a marble Chesney’s fireplace in the living room. So precious!
The photos are all on Goop, so check them out if you’re dying to see how the queen herself once lived.