Zoe Kravitz House: The Batman actress bought a converted cider house in New York State in October 2021
Zoe Kravitz spends much of her time in New York, where she has owned a $3.2 million home in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, since 2015. However, after her divorce from husband Karl Glusman, the big little lies star has invested in a second landmark property in upstate New York, and it looks like the perfect escape from the city.
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The 33-year-old bought the two-bedroom, two-bathroom property in October 2021 for $1.45million. It sits on a two-acre estate and has a rich history, having originally been used as a cider mill in the 1700s.
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The spacious property has retained a rustic aesthetic, with modern updates thanks to details such as a gourmet kitchen and a minimalist fireplace.
Highlights include the double-height Great Room, which has a second-floor gallery allowing guests to admire the space from above, and a master bath with a copper tub next to the window, offering a view of the vast domain.
Zoe Kravitz also owns a property in Williamsburg, Brooklyn
Zoe is notoriously private and hasn’t shared any photos inside her new home on social media, but according to Dirtit has hand-hewn wooden beams, paneled walls and dark wood flooring which maintains the rural feel of the property and gives a nod to its former use.
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The Batman the actress seems to have a taste for unusual goods; his Brooklyn home is a 3,000 square foot loft-converted warehouse.
Meanwhile, Zoe also has the perfect hideaway to stay in when she travels to Los Angeles with her boyfriend. Channing Tatum. The actor bought his own unexpected home in May 2021 — a secluded $5.6 million mid-century farmhouse in Brentwood’s Mandeville Canyon — which also has rustic interiors with exposed brick and wood walls, a lagoon-style pool and impressive city views.
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