“Happy Endings” star Adam Pally is looking for a satisfying conclusion to placing his New York City home on the market. The five-bedroom abode with panoramic views is available for $4,095,000.
The actor paid $3.2 million for the luxury apartment in 2017. Featuring five bedrooms and three bathrooms, the “meticulously and thoughtfully renovated” residence on a high floor offers “gracious entertaining and comfortable living,” according to the listing.
Upon entry, the foyer leads to the corner living and dining space. Along with views, the living area features a wood-burning fireplace, an eye-catching gold-tone light fixture, and custom built-ins. Herringbone-pattern wood floors run through the main living space.
A chef’s eat-in kitchen includes Miele and Sub-Zero appliances, a wine cooler, built-in coffee maker, double ovens, and a large pantry.
Set apart, the two bedroom wings offer maximum privacy and a flexible layout. A new owner could opt to convert some of the rooms to office or study spaces. The primary bedroom comes with an en suite marble bath, four closets, and city views.
Details include high-beamed ceilings, prewar accents, walnut flooring, custom built-ins, and plentiful closets.
Located in the London Terrace Towers in the Chelsea neighborhood, the building was designed in 1930 by Farrar & Watmaugh. The apartment complex encompasses an entire city block, with four corner buildings and around 710 apartments, both for rent and purchase.
The high-rise, minutes from the High Line elevated park, has been home to many notable residents, including Bill Hader, Chelsea Clinton, and Tim Gunn of “Project Runway.”
Amenities include full-time door attendants, a rooftop terrace, indoor pool, fitness center, on-site garage, bike storage, basement laundry, and resident manager.
Previously, Pally and his wife, Daniella Liben Pally, owned a home in the Fairfax area of Los Angeles, which they sold in 2013 for $1.62 million, according to the Los Angeles Times. Listed for $1.7 million, the Spanish-style home from 1927 featured 2,400 square feet of living space, including three bedrooms, an office, fireplace, dining room, and French doors leading out to a pool.
The New York native has brought his brand of humor in shows such as “Happy Endings,” “The Mindy Project,” and “Making History.” Pally’s numerous film appearances include “Iron Man 3” and “Band Aid.” He had a voice role in “Sonic the Hedgehog.”
Curtis W. Jackson with Brown Harris Stevens holds the listing.