Back in November Spike Lee put his Upper East Side home up for sale, and now, there are photos of the historic beauty.
Built in 1916, the five bedroom home has classic style that sets it a part from a lot of the architecture in the city. The Hatch House, as it’s affectionately known, was originally built as a stable. But the 8,000 square foot Frederick J. Sterner designed home transformed far beyond a horse house. It has three fireplaces, ironed framed windows and indoor gardens.
On the market for $32 million, Lee paid $16 million for it in 1998 from painter, Jasper Johns. While we’re not sure who will next to nab the home. It’s colorful history and great location make it a hot commodity. And being big enough to fit all of the “Crooklyn” family helps as well.
See more photos of the beauty, here.