Update – Julia Roberts closed the deal for $850,000 more than asking price, which calculates up to $5.35 million.

It must have been love but it’s over now, as Pretty Woman decides to part ways with her New York penthouse. Julia Roberts’ Greenwich Village apartment has hit the market for $4.5 million.juliaroberts_nyc_penthouse_2The Hollywood star had purchased the 2,000-square-foot co-operative in the summer of 2010 for $3,845,000. Located at 45 West 10th Street, a postwar building between Fifth and Sixth Avenues, the U-shaped, two-unit combination is currently configured with three bedrooms and three bathrooms. Walnut color wood flooring runs throughout the apartment that includes a generous 25-foot long foyer with two convenient coat closets and an especially roomy multi-purpose main living space that stretches nearly 53 feet.

juliaroberts_nyc_penthouseThe central living room space is anchored by a wood-burning fireplace and is flanked by a lounge and a dining space.juliaroberts_nyc_penthouse_6 All of these open to a 50-foot terrace which offers unobstructed views of the Empire State Building as well as the One World Trade tower and everything between them.juliaroberts_nyc_penthouse_5The windowed kitchen features graphic black and white striped floor, a two-stool snack counter and high-grade commercial-style stainless steel appliances.

juliaroberts_nyc_penthouse_4The larger of the two bedrooms, well separated in opposite wings for optimal privacy, each have an en suite bathroom. One of them opens to a small private terrace.julia_roberts

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