Daniel Craig Buys Penthouse in New York for $11.5 Million

By on January 16, 2012 in ArticlesCelebrity Homes

Daniel Craig, who has been making headlines over the first official synopsis of the upcoming movie Skyfall, his third appearance as James Bond, has recently upgraded his crib to celebrate.  Craig picked up a $1.9 million penthouse in New York City's Tribeca area in the summer of 2010, has now stepped up to a $11.5 million Penthouse in New York City's Soho area. Looks like the spy game is treating Mr. Bond pretty well then.

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His old $1.9 million penthouse only got him 2 floors, 1 bedroom, 2 bathrooms and only 1,121 square feet of living space… Definitely not enough for the top agent at MI6! Now here's what $11.5 million got him on top of one of New York most exclusive neighborhoods. Built in 1890, with modern renovations, Daniel Craig's new penthouse covers 4,350 square feet, with 3 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms and 6 rooms, over three floors.

The triplex features vaulted ceilings with huge views to the West, East and North. He has a home theater room with a wood-burning fireplace, with it's own guest bedroom, en-suite bathroom and private balcony. He has a gourmet kitchen, with a large pantry/prep area, along with a secluded office. The whole second floor holds only the master bedroom and a spacious master bathroom, with soaker tub and walk-in closets. His master bedroom is also surrounded by a private wrap-around terrace. The top floor is a massive private roof deck and garden, complete with its own entertaining kitchen.

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