Spike Lee’s Former $32 Million Manhattan Residence


If you’ve seen Malcolm X, Inside Man or Do the Right Thing, you surely admire writer and producer Spike Lee. The Oscar nominee has recently put his Manhattan residence on the market for $32 million, a double amount of money from the price he paid in 1998, $16.6 million. The townhouse is known by the name of “Hatch House” and was designed in a Spanish Revival manner in 1916 by Frederick J. Sterner and it remained in its original condition.

The inside is nothing short of elegant, luxurious and classy. Not to mention spacious, as it holds more than 8000 square feet which hold, among other large living spaces, five bedrooms, three fireplaces and a couple of courtyards, one of them having a beautiful fountain. Check out this beautiful classic home in the pictures below!

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