Bursting with color, artwork, and even the odd secret passageway or two—Jimmy Fallon’s New York City penthouse is everything you would expect from the residence of the famous comedian and late night host. Located in a historic building in Manhattan’s Gramercy Park, the extensively and uniquely renovated home is asking $15 million.
Jimmy Fallon has lived in the apartment since 2002, when he was on the cast of Saturday Night Live. When he married his wife, Nancy Juvonen, in 2007, they began purchasing adjacent units in the building and giving the home the colorful and quirky look it has now.
The penthouse has six bedrooms and is spread across several floors of the historic Gramercy Park building. It is nearly 5,000 square feet, having been comprised of four different units. Over the years, Fallon and Juvonen have purchased additional units in the building and connected them all into a wonderfully mishmash home.
The home’s design is highly personalized and unique. Every nook, corner, wall, and window has something to explore. A lot of the design is inspired by the 60s and 20s with vintage artwork and wallpaper.
Fallon and his wife raised their two daughters, Frances and Winnie, in the home, to which it owes some of its more whimsical features. For instance, a hidden door at the back of the pantry leads directly to a secret playroom.