Jeremy Strong’s New York apartment hits the market for £1.52million – with his trophy collection on display
Jeremy Strong’s simple and modest New York apartment, on sale for £1.52 million ($1,899,000), is none of these things. You would be forgiven for thinking that this is not a celebrity home.
But there is one clue — which may or may not be intentional: Strong’s trophy collection, left behind by the fireplace (energy-efficient bioethanol, of course). It immediately sent the Internet baffled.
The actor’s display includes two Emmy Awards, two Screen Actors Guild Awards, and a Golden Globe Award — highlights of the broader awards collection — which are placed next to the sofa for comfortable viewing. He won three of them for his role as Kendall Roy in Succession.
They are particularly incongruous in the anonymous, window-lined apartment, which otherwise gives away little about the owners.
What Can Are we talking about Strong from his home? Well, there’s a copy of Andrew Tarlow and Anna Dunne’s cookbook, Dinner at the Long Table, on his blue chest and coffee table, a piece of abstract art next to the dining table and a picture of the sea on the wall near his trophies.
He seems to like mid-century-style furniture too, which goes well with his neutral interiors. Despite the cookbook and modern kitchen utensils, who can say if Strong uses his own chef’s kitchen. It’s very clean: not a bottle of olive oil or salt and pepper shaker in sight.
There is a Danish theater poster in the living room and Danish children’s books in the bedroom. It was this, along with the names of the children partially hidden on the dresser, that eventually helped internet sleuths identify Strong as the apartment’s owner (his wife is Danish child psychiatrist Emma Wall).
Strong’s loft is located in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, inside a 1920s building that was converted into apartments in 2009.
The home is centered around a large, open-plan living space, with high ceilings, white oak floors, exposed brick, and eight windows that provide “amazing light and views,” according to listing agent Joshua Wysocki at Compass.
There are three bedrooms: one with built-in storage; One is used as a children’s bedroom and the other has a spare bed and a small writing desk. There’s no parking, but according to the listing, Strong is renting an indoor parking space and a storage unit across the street for £322 ($400) a month.
Strong shares the apartment with his wife and their three children. They have owned the property since 2019, when they bought it for £1.306 million ($1.625 million).
Strong’s real-life apartment is more modest than Kendall Roy’s estate. Last year, the company’s glass apartment in Manhattan, which starred as Kendall’s home in Season 3 of Succession, sold for £28 million ($35 million).
Kendall’s new season 4 apartment features “unusually high ceilings” and 3,500 square feet of outdoor space across three levels, including a massive 2,100 square foot rooftop terrace. It was sold in July for 23.3 million pounds ($29 million) after more than a year on the market and a price cut of 3.2 million pounds ($4 million).
Strong isn’t the only celebrity hoarding his awards. Jim Carrey’s Brentwood home, which went on the market in February, also had a trophy area, where his past costumes and artwork were displayed elsewhere.
Madness frontman Suggs, whose Tufnell Park home, like Strong’s, is quieter, appeared with a framed Time Out cover with the title: ‘Camden Madness’.
Consider it a marketing tactic, perhaps. Just don’t expect prizes to be included with the property.
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