Peek inside Bella Hadid's New York penthouse: Supermodel selling two-bedroom apartment for $6.5 million
The SoHo property has two bathrooms, a walk-in wardrobe and a rooftop terrace
Her style on the red carpet is well-documented, but fans can now get a rare glimpse into Bella Hadid's taste when it comes to interiors.
The supermodel, 24, is selling her penthouse apartment in New York City, with the listing offering a look at the catwalk star's fusion of eclectic furnishings and sleek, minimal layouts.
Hadid purchased the SoHo duplex in November 2019 for $6.1 million, according to Architectural Digest. About 18 months later, the model is looking to offload the two-bedroom, two-bathroom apartment for $6.5m.
The property spans 2,569 square feet, according to the listing with real-estate company Serhant, which was founded by Million Dollar Listing star Ryan Serhant.
Built on the top floor of a six-storey building, the penthouse comprises a private rooftop deck, as well as a cosy living room, kitchen with marble-topped island, walk-in wardrobe and a tiled shower room with lavish double sinks.
"Features include breathtaking redbrick ceilings, a steel-framed floating staircase, exposed metal columns, ducts, pipes and beams, automated Lutron lighting, imported Italian built-in closets, a laundry room, and Bang and Olufsen audio / visual integration," the listing says.
Scroll through the Instagram post below to see inside the apartment:
It's not known where Hadid is planning to live after the penthouse is sold.
The model has previously shared glimpses into her home on social media, most recently sharing a look at some objets d'art as she posed in November 2020.
According to her post, Hadid collects electric guitars, as well as a penchant for cat-shaped clocks.
Coincidentally, Zayn Malik, who shares a daughter with the model's sister Gigi Hadid, used to own an apartment in the same building. He sold the four-bedroom, four-bathroom penthouse last December for $9.45 million, according to real-estate publication The Real Deal.
Updated: March 24, 2021 01:26 PM