Judging by these photographs, the pre-war, two-bedroom pad is worth every penny. The top-floor apartment boasts sweeping views of downtown New York and the Hudson River, and features impressive 11-foot ceilings and glossy, polished-timber floorboards.
The interior colour scheme has been kept to earthy neutrals, but exposed brick feature walls, forest-green kitchen cabinetry and unique, Art Deco prints speak to Kirsten's famously quirky style.
The open-plan loft has been furnished with an eclectic mix of modern and antique furniture. A standout piece is the vintage, clawfoot soaking tub, which would certainly have come in handy after long hours on the set of Kirsten's hit show, Fargo.
If, like Kirsten, you are the notoriously private type, you will surely find the private elevator a handy convenience for keeping your high-profile romances under wraps.
This article originally appeared on marie claire.