David Duchovny and Tea Leoni's Three-Story Maisonette listed for $9.25 million
The "Californication" star, David Duchovny and ex-wife Tea Leoni's Upper East Side maisonette has just hit the listing market for a cool $9.25 million.
Duchovny and Leoni split in 2011. Their marriage was on the rocks since 2008. Part of the divorce could be blamed on Duchovny's sex addiction. The actor announced that he was checking into a rehab to treat the disorder in August 2008. Duchovny was also accused of having an extramarital affair with Hungarian Tennis coach, Edit Pakay, which he denied. The couple got back together once, before splitting for good in June 2011.
Leoni was also rumored to be having a secret affair with actor Billy Bob Thornton, reports the Daily Mail.
After the split, Duchovny moved from their Upper East Side co-op to a 3 bedroom, 3 bathroom condo in Central Park West in September 2012. The couple bought the place for $6.25 million in 2008.
The maisonette lay untouched in the divorce proceedings but recent listing records show that the property hit the market Jan.16, reports Curbed National.
The place was converted into a single unit, it was earlier three separate studios. The three-story maisonette now features four bedrooms and four and a half bathrooms. The place has high ceilings and a lot of staircases. The living room sports a warm fireplace and floor-to-ceiling glass windows. The kitchen is laden with modern appliances and features a breakfast bar. Most of the home's flooring is done in hardwood and tiles, reports Business Insider.
Duchovny's heavy bearded look in his 2012 film "Goats," which is an adaptation of the novel written by Mark Poirier, gained much popularity. The "X-Files" actor played an aimless paternal character to the movie's lead - Graham Philips, who plays a 15-year-old boy leaving home to start freshman year at Gates Academy.
Duchovny was rumored to be dating "X-files" co-star Gillian Anderson after his split from his wife.