Nicole Kidman's New York City apartment from The Undoing is for sale

Nicole Kidman’s stunning New York City apartment from The Undoing is for sale… but it doesn’t come cheap with a whopping $41million price tag

Nicole Kidman’s stunning New York City townhouse from The Undoing has hit the real estate market.

In a post on Sotheby’s International Realty, the sprawling apartment at 8 East 63rd Street is for sale.

But it doesn’t come cheap, with an eye-watering $41,181,545 asking price attached.

Home sweet home: Nicole Kidman’s stunning New York City townhouse from The Undoing has hit the real estate market

The nine-bedroom apartment was built in 1878, based on a design by renowned American architect, C.P.H. Gilbert.

It acted as the backdrop for Nicole’s home in the new drama series, which also stars Hugh Grant and Donald Sutherland.

The five-storey townhouse sits between New York City’s famed Fifth Avenue and Madison Avenue, and is right near Central Park.

In reel life: It acted as the backdrop for Nicole Kidman’s home in The Undoing. Pictured with co-star Hugh Grant

Prime real estate: The five-storey townhouse sits between New York City’s famed Fifth Avenue and Madison Avenue, and is right near Central Park

History: The nine-bedroom apartment was built in 1878, based on a design by renowned American architect, C.P.H. Gilber

It was designed in a neo English classical style, and boasts bay windows, herringbone floors, high ceilings and original mouldings.

Built for New York City’s elite, the home also features a ‘reception room’, ‘grand breakfast room’ and ‘two duplexed staff rooms’. 

There’s also a library and nine bathrooms, along with three partial bathrooms.

Stylish: It was designed in a neo English classical style, and boasts bay windows, herringbone floors, high ceilings and original mouldings

Acting up: Nicole stars in the series as Grace Fraser, a successful therapist who’s life changes when a woman she helps is murdered

The listing reads: ‘This is a rare opportunity to live in an architecturally significant townhouse in one of the most extraordinary locations on the Upper East Side.’

Nicole, 53, stars in the series as Grace Fraser, a successful therapist who’s life changes when a woman she helps is murdered.

In the aftermath, she makes a series of shocking discoveries about her husband, Jonathan, played by Hugh, 60. 

Plot twist: In the aftermath, she makes a series of shocking discoveries about her husband, Jonathan, played by Hugh

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