Celebrity Real Estate: Uma Thurman, Ben Feldman, Alyson Hannigan

Net Gain For Uma

Uma Thurman, the “Kill Bill” star and longtime New York City resident, collected $6.608 on the sale of her stellar duplex in the swanky Gramercy Park section of Manhattan. The 5-bedroom, 3.5-bathroom co-op had been on the market for $6.25 million.

Thurman has owned other apartments in this classic NYC prewar building. She and her ex, Ethan Hawke, were co-owners for a unit and she owned another on her own, which she sold in 2006. And there’s a reason the 1910 building was so inviting: Thurman’s duplex featured herringbone oak floors, wood-burning fireplace and a library.

Super Sale Wanted

The time has come for “Superstore” star Ben Feldman and his actress wife, Michelle Mulitz to move on. The couple has listed their mid-century home in Los Angeles. The Runyon Canyon Park ranch is listed for $1.489 million and contains 3 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms. The 2000 square-foot home feels even larger with an open floor throughout and French doors that lead to the back patio. Time for a little more room to roam: the couple bought comedian Joel McHale’s former digs in Los Feliz for $2.55 million.

Holy Flipping Vampire

After spending the last year revamping their Los Angeles home, “How I Met Your Mother” star Alyson Hannigan and her husband, “Grimm” and “Buffy the Vampire Slayer” actor Alexis Denisof, have listed it for $8.795 million. The New England-style home in Brentwood cost the couple $7.89 million, and now it’s been spruced up with a remodeled kitchen that includes marble counters and state of the art appliances.

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