He’s played a bumbling British spy, a bright green ogre and a local TV host named Wayne, and now it appears that Mike Myers’ latest role is that of a home flipper.
The “Austin Powers” star has just put his four-bedroom condo in Manhattan’s trendy Tribeca neighborhood back on the market for $15 million, a new listing of the property posted yesterday (which was first spotted by the Observer) showed.
While this may not seem like an unusual move, especially for a wealthy celebrity, property records show that the Canadian-born actor only just finalized buying it a week ago for $14.675 million through Perry Trust, which is reportedly connected to him.
However, a source close to the actor told Mansion Global that the home first went into contract some time ago, but did not close until recently because the building wasn’t finished. In between that time, Mr. Myers and his wife had another baby, meaning that the configuration of the apartment was no longer right for the family.
According to the listing, the four-bedroom, four-and-a-half bath pre-war apartment has never been lived in. It comes with a private elevator that opens directly into the apartment and offers views towards the Hudson River.
Other features include white oak flooring throughout, restored original columns and beams, a wet bar, a kitchen with Calacatta marble countertops and a master-suite with an oversized walk-in closet and a second walk-in closet.
The building, 443 Greenwich, is a new condominium conversion with 24-hour doorman and concierge, valet, a private entry porte cochere, a children’s playroom, a 71-foot indoor swimming pool, and a fitness center with locker rooms and Turkish bath.
The brokers, who are listed as Leonard Steinberg, Herve Senequier, Amy Mendizabal and Calli Sarkesh, all of Compass, are holding an open house at the apartment this Sunday. A spokeswoman for Compass declined to comment.
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