According to Variety Magazine (our secret pleasure for now), even veteran celebrity property gossips didn’t know that the nine-time Grammy Award winner, Sheryl Crow, owned an apartment in Noho. (That would be North of Houston, NYC). Is it fair to guess that she didn’t spend much time there?
The lovely pad is located 46 Great Jones Street is a 2,000-square-foot co-op loft space has two bedrooms and one bathroom. (We know! Just one bathroom?!) We guess she wasn’t expecting too many guests or looking for privacy from her two sons. The space features 13-foot ceilings, exposed brick, a funky clawfoot tub, massive windows and extra storage space in the basement. It also has lots of light and open spaces, including a dining room and a chef’s kitchen. You MUST check out pictures of the place. It’s so sweet.
To be exact, the property was sold for $2,272,500. Crow sold the unit using trusts associated with her financial manager, Joel William Vuylsteke. One of them is called the “Beach Trust,” which we agree is very appropriate. Back in November it was listed for $2.35 million with Timothy Bascom of Bascom Real Estate.
Who bought the Noho place? According to city records, the buyer is Fadi Hanna, a managing director at J.P. Morgan.
Crow recently came out with her ninth studio album, “Be Myself,” which has gotten great reviews. (Go Crow! We’re fans…)
Since we are here and speaking about the singer’s real estate holdings, we also read that she once owned a magnificent 10-plus-acre compound with three residences and a resort-worthy swimming pool near the base of Runyon Canyon in foothills above Hollywood. That property was sold in 2014 for $11.085 million to film and television writer/producer Alan Ball.
She now spends most of her time outside of Nashville, where she is raising her two boys, Wyatt and Levi. It sounds like she enjoys having a bit more space. Currently, she lives in a home located on largely undeveloped land along the Cumberland River. It is a thickly wooded 50-plus acre spread with a 7,000-square-foot main residence, a smaller secondary home. The property has a barn with a recording studio, a saloon, horse stables, and her own church. Crow built it all on 50 acres of the land.
Some news media say that Crow also continues to own a gulf-front residence in the Santa Rosa Beach area on the Florida panhandle that was scooped up in early 2003 for exactly $1 million.
Definitely an interesting portfolio of properties!