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Emmy-winning actor Sean Hayes, finest recognized for his hilarious position as Jack McFarland on NBC’s “Will & Grace,” has been noticed home searching on the Higher East Facet.

In early December, Hayes toured a $23 million Higher East Facet penthouse on the Wales, a historic former lodge transformed to condos in Carnegie Hill. It’s a unit that Scarlett Johansson and Colin Jost additionally as soon as toured, as Gimme Shelter previously reported.

This spring, Hayes shall be starring on Broadway in Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Doug Wright’s new play, “Good Evening, Oscar.”

The complete-floor, 4,179-square-foot residence comes with an immense 3,114-square-foot wrap terrace throughout two ranges — and consists of an outside kitchen full with a moist bar, a hearth and a butler’s pantry.


One of the penthouse's five bedrooms.
One of many penthouse’s 5 bedrooms.
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There's a 3,114-square-foot wrap terrace on two levels.
There’s a 3,114-square-foot wrap terrace on two ranges.
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Another bedroom inside the Wales' topper.
One other bed room contained in the Wales’ topper.
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The 4,179-square-foot residence has a fireplace in its great room.
The 4,179-square-foot residence has a hearth in its nice room.
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The Wales stands regally over Madison Avenue in Carnegie Hill.
The Wales stands regally over Madison Avenue in Carnegie Hill.
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The five-bedroom penthouse is new construction constructed on prime of the historic lodge, with interiors by Parisian agency Pinto. The house opens to an entry gallery with a devoted elevator. It flows right into a nook nice room with a hearth, coffered ceilings, nook home windows and terrace entry by way of French doorways.

The constructing’s foyer boasts coffered ceilings and vintage mirrored partitions.

Earlier than the condominium conversion, the lodge was a scorching spot for celebs primping earlier than heading over to the Met Gala on the close by Metropolitan Museum of Artwork.