Just a year before starring in Ocean’s Eight, it seemed like Hathaway took a break from acting on the big screens. During this time, she was able to expand her real estate portfolio. In 2017, Hathaway picked up a Connecticut property with her husband Adam Schulman. The property purchase cost the Princess Diaries star nearly $2.8 million. However, just a year after purchasing the property, Hathaway decided to sell it at a small loss for $2.7 million.
Here are some photos of Anne Hathaway’s $2.79 million former farmhouse in Westport.
Photos courtesy of: Rethinking the Future
Originally constructed in 1920, Hathaway’s former home encompasses 4,561 square feet of living space. It includes five bedrooms and six bathrooms.
The farmhouse features a spacious living room, a sizable dining area with a fireplace, a pair of kitchens, and a master bedroom that includes a dressing hall fit for a princess and a classic bathroom.
Aside from the main home, the property also features a barn-style pool house. The pool house encompasses 1,518 square feet of living space. It features cathedral ceilings, oak floorings, a loft area, and bookcases.
Hathaway is one of the most successful actresses in Hollywood. As a result, it isn’t a surprise that she can afford to live a lavish lifestyle and to absorb the financial loss for selling the Westport farmhouse. According to Celebrity Net Worth, Hathaway has a net worth of around $80 million.
Apart from a lucrative career in acting, she also earns a lot of money from various endorsement deals. Perhaps she will even openly endorse Ozempic.
Although she no longer owns this beautiful Connecticut property, Hathaway still owns a beautiful California home, which was featured on Vogue. In addition to this, Hathaway’s family also used to live in a home located in Stratford, England. The home is now under Shakespeare’s Birthplace Trust.
Nevertheless, this is all the information that we have on Anne Hathaway’s $2.7 million former farmhouse in Westport.