Seth Meyers Got This Sweet Greenwich Village Apartment For $7.5 Million

If you enjoy the slightly masochistic hobby of fantasizing about celebrity apartments you can't afford, have we got something for you. Late Night host Seth Meyers shelled out $7.5 million for a duplex in New York City's Greenwich Village, and it's everything he and his wife and son — or, really, anything a family twice the size of his — could ever want. It's 3,200 square feet total, with five bedrooms and four and a half baths, according to Trulia's blog.

The place boasts not only a spacious interior filled with modern art but also a convenient location on the corner of the beautiful Washington Square Park. The only downside is that the park is known as NYU students' gathering spot. So the potential to be woken up by rowdy students seems high. The family should feel pretty separate from the collegiate crowd, though, between the doorman and the elevator operator.

Yes, really. There's literally a person there whose job is to ensure that people like Meyers end up on the correct floor.

In case you'd like to torment yourself with images of what we mere mortals will likely never attain, here's a sneak peak into the place.
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Photo: Courtesy of Corcoran Group Real Estate.
There's a lot going on in this hallway, but what catches our eyes is the way the floral pattern on the chandelier complements the flowers in the painting.
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Photo: Courtesy of Corcoran Group Real Estate.
The table and chairs give off the vibe of a retro diner booth, and you can spot the same complementary colors in the cups.
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Photo: Courtesy of Corcoran Group Real Estate.
Meyers' family is all set for the winter: Their new pad has not one but two fireplaces.
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Photo: Courtesy of Corcoran Group Real Estate.
Told you there was another one. Can we also take a second to appreciate how rare the height of this ceiling is for a New York apartment?
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Photo: Courtesy of Corcoran Group Real Estate.
The floral theme continues downstairs. Then, there's that gorgeous view of the Manhattan skyline. Those are only four of the place's 26 windows.

Meyers definitely just raised the bar for our #ApartmentGoals. Now, where to rack up that $7.5 million...
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