Karlie Kloss Found a Buyer for Her $2.75 Million West Village Triplex

Karlie Kloss is selling her West Village bachelorette pad. Scroll through to peek inside.
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The living room has 12-foot ceilings.
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Kloss bought the home for $1.98 million in 2012.
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She brought in Nate Berkus to help remodel the home.
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It's spread out over three levels.
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There's built-in shelving in the library.
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The unit is located in a townhouse on Charles Street.
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The remodeled eat-in kitchen.
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Both of the bedrooms are located upstairs.
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The master suite.
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The master bathroom.
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There's a stall shower and soaking tub.
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There's a private terrace off the master suite.
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The extra bathroom.
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The co-op is listed for $2.75 million.
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It didn’t take long for Karlie Kloss to find a buyer for her West Village apartment. The model listed her three-level bachelorette pad on Charles Street for $2.75 million in late September, and it’s already found a buyer at that asking price.

Kloss, who recently married Joshua Kushner in two different ceremonies (one upstate New York in October 2018, and another in Wyoming in June 2019), bought the two-bedroom, two-bathroom abode for $1.98 million in 2012, and renovated the home before moving in.

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Karlie Kloss has lived in the triplex since 2012. Steven Ferdman/Getty Images

The cozy space includes a living room with 12-foot ceilings, currently configured with multiple seating areas, and a renovated eat-in kitchen that’s reached via a short set of stairs, complete with stainless steel appliances, marble countertops and backsplash and a small breakfast nook.

A room on the lower level is presently being used as a library-media room, per the listing held by Compass broker Nick Gavin. While the photos for the home show perfectly lovely interiors, it seems that this isn’t how Kloss had it furnished when she resided here, as the listing also notes that the apartment is staged by Christopher Henry Designs.

Both of the bedrooms are on the second level of the home. The master suite has access to a private terrace and is fitted with a wall of custom floor-to-ceiling closets, plus a glass-tiled bathroom with a skylight, double vanity, soaking tub and rain shower. The spare bedroom also has a skylight, with its own walk-in closet.

Karlie Kloss and Josh Kushner tied the knot last year.  Patrick McMullan

Kloss and Kushner must have been on the lookout for a new marital abode, as they also sold their Nolita abode for $6.6 million over the summer. They’ve already found a new residence, however, as Kloss recently told Architectural Digest that she and Kushner “just moved into” their new home, though she didn’t disclose any details about its location.

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