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Jimmy Fallon's Former Home Has One Weird Feature
For approximately 20 years, television host Jimmy Fallon and his film producer wife Nancy Juvonen lived in a historic Queen-Anne-style building at 34 Gramercy Park East in Manhattan. In that time, the famous couple purchased four individual apartments on three different floors, including the top floor, and combined them all into one large penthouse.
With six bedrooms and five full bathrooms, every section of the house emanates a fun, special motif, but the most unusual feature is hidden in the bookshelf located under the custom-built staircase. It’s a secret door that leads to a charming little playroom, furnished with a chalkboard, monkey bars, a toy kitchen, and a jailhouse-style intercom.
With such ingenious style and décor, the home is certainly as entertaining as the host of “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon.” Fallon and Juvonen put the house on the real estate market in early 2021 for $15 million, and the exclusive Gramercy Park property, represented by Sotheby's International Realty, may be presently either sold or off the market.