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Jessica Chastain Buys $5.1 Million Manhattan Co-op

The actress just bought this 3,200-square-foot spread in New York’s historic Osborne building.

Jessica Chastain’s brand-new Manhattan pad is so nice, it’s practically Interstellar. The Zero Dark Thirty star just dropped $5.1 million on a four-bed, three-and-half-bath spread in New York’s historic Osborne building.

Page Six in the New York Post previously reported that Jessica and her boyfriend, Italian stallion Gian Luca Passi de Preposulo, were looking to move out of Jessica’s Greenwich Village townhouse, and it sounds like the couple has met their match.

Previously owned by West Side Story maestro Leonard Bernstein, the Midtown luxury residence boasts nine rooms, five fireplaces, and architectural details straight out of a museum, like 14-foot ceilings and hand-carved mahogany doors. The listing was held by Halstead Property.

The swanky home also features a dining room that can seat 20 guests and an eat-in kitchen designed by famed interior designer Francoise Bollack that was recently featured in New York Magazine. We’re thinking the vegan actress will enjoy preparing some raw veggie meals for her boyfriend, who’s an executive for Italian fashion brand Moncler.

Also worth mentioning? The 50-bottle wine refrigerator, which will come in handy when Jessica feels like tipping one back with the other crème de la crème of Hollywood. (Or ’80s teen pop music queen Tiffany, with whom Jessica just confessed she’s obsessed.)

The palatial master bedroom suite has an entire wall of floor-to-ceiling fitted closets, which we know will come in handy with Chastain’s busy award show schedule. And then there’s the marble bathroom, which features double sinks, a deep soaking tub, and a glass-enclosed rain shower.

This new 3,200-square-foot home is definitely a step up for Chastain, who purchased another New York property on Mercer Street for $1.2 million back in 2012.

Images courtesy of Halstead Property. The listing agent is Richard Orenstein.