Stanley Tucci's home
Stanley Tucci may sport slicked-back hair in “The Hunger Games” and a keen fashion sense in “The Devil Wears Prada,” but the actor’s home is anything but futuristic. Nestled among trees on 6 rolling acres, his South Salem, NY retreat dates back to 1775.
“[It's] graced with the patina of history yet fitted with every modern comfort,” real estate agent Susan Stillman of Houlihan Lawrence wrote in the listing description. Tucci is now asking $1.85 million for his home of eight years, as first reported by the Real Estalker.
Located at 183 Ridgefield Ave, South Salem, NY 10590, the home is filled with restored barn-wood floors, original stone fireplaces and exposed beams. Vast lawns, a guesthouse and poolside patio line the property, which is near the 383-acre Leon Levy Preserve in Lewisboro.
Tucci purchased the home for $1.425 million in 2005, property records show. At that time, he was married to his first wife, Kate, who died of breast cancer in 2009. Tucci married his second wife, Felicity Blunt (sister of Tucci’s “Prada” co-star Emily Blunt), last October.
The veteran actor has two Golden Globe awards for his roles in the TV films “Winchell” (1998) and “Conspiracy” (2001). He was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor for “The Lovely Bones.”
Assuming a 20 percent down payment on a 30-year fixed mortgage, a monthly payment on Tucci’s home would be $7,162, based on Zillow’s mortgage calculator.
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