Peep Inside Anne Hathaway's $33 Million Former Digs

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Hold on to your tiaras, Princess Mia fans. We have some big news: The sprawling, five bedroom, six-and-a-half bath apartment where Anne Hathaway lived in the mid-2000s has hit the market for $33 million. (That's a pretty dramatic difference from the $2.55 million penthouse the star purchased on the Upper West Side earlier this year. And we thought that was pricey!) According to the StreetEasy, the 7,750-square-foot duplex, which Hathaway shared with her then-boyfriend Raffaello Follieri, overlooks St. Patrick's Cathedral and boasts views of Central Park and the Empire State Building. It currently rents for a whopping $48,000 a month. Yes, really.

Curious why the price tag is so hefty? It has to be more than the views. Click through to take a look inside.
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The parquet floors in the formal entry foyer: breathtaking.
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Floor-to-ceiling windows make for a jaw-dropping backdrop.
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Have you ever seen a kitchen with more white marble?
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We imagine that breakfast overlooking the park tastes so much better.
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The moment when you realize your apartment is so big that you can barely make out the fireplace across the room.
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So. Much. Marble.
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The screening room features an eight-foot screen projector — perfect for Princess Diaries marathons.
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