Samuel L. Jackson, seen here at the 2018 Comic Con, has listed his Upper East Side condo.
Photo: Gage Skidmore/Flickr

Samuel L. Jackson’s Chic Manhattan Condo Hits the Market

The award-winning actor is asking $13 million for his Madison Avenue apartment

Prolific actor Samuel L. Jackson has reportedly listed his Upper East Side condo for $13 million.

The star—who will be reprising two fan-favorite roles in the coming year, Nick Fury in Captain Marvel and Mr. Glass in Glass—and his wife, actress LaTanya Richardson, listed their Manhattan condo for $12.95 million at the beginning of November but quickly upped the asking price to an even $13 million. The apartment had previously been owned by former N.B.A. basketball player Greg Anthony and his ex-wife, novelist Crystal McCrary Anthony.

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The couple bought the 3,000-square-foot apartment, which was created by combining three separate units, in 2005. It has four bedrooms and three and a half bathrooms and is situated on the eighth floor of a luxury pre-war building, just steps from Central Park. The residence’s monthly taxes and common charges run to the tune of around $6,000.

The apartment is listed with Spencer Means of Compass.

The living room features beautiful built-in cabinetry and windows that allow natural light to drench the space. Photo: Compass
Though compact, the eat-in kitchen has modern appliances and a banquette, perfect for casual meals. Photo: Compass
The kitchen opens up onto a cozy family area, complete with a wall specifically designed to showcase art. Photo: Compass
Another view of the combination dining room and living room. The windows offer stunning views of the nearby park. Photo: Compass
A small office could be converted into an extra bedroom. Photo: Compass
The master bedroom is flooded with natural light and has his and hers closets. Photo: Compass
Currently an adorable kids room, this bedroom has a custom built-in desk and shelves. Photo: Compass


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