The blonde beauty listed her New York City apartment in Chelsea for $5,699,000 after purchasing it with Sam Mendes in 2004 for $4,995,000. The actress, 45, and director, 55, were married for seven years before they decided to call it quits in 2010. It seems Winslet got the property in the couple's divorce as she is ready to put the home on the market.
The chic penthouse apartment comes with its own private deck, views of The High Line and more. The city skyline serves as an idyllic oasis away from Winslet's busy Hollywood life (or a regular person's retreat after a long day at the office for those who aren't A-list superstars). The 3,000 square foot home — which is being listed by Lindsay Barton Barrett through Douglas Elliman — is at the heart of the West Chelsea Arts District with art, food and entertainment just steps away from the luxurious penthouse.
Scroll through the gallery below to look at Winslet's incredible New York City home.
The expansive room has high ceilings, built-in floor to ceiling cabinets and a gas fireplace, which is the perfect spot for lavish get-togethers and lounging.
The plank oak floors extend through the 3,018 square foot home, complimenting the brightness of the open floor plan.
The open chef's kitchen demands attention with its butcher block cabinetry, farm sink, oversized center island/breakfast bar and Sub Zero refrigerator.
The sunny exposure from the oversized bright kitchen windows add to the peaceful character of the home.
Who wouldn't want to wake up in this breathtaking master suite with dramatic windows and an enormous custom walk-in closet?
The master bathroom boasts a soaking tub, rain shower and a double console vanity.
There are three other bedrooms apart from the master suit, along with a powder room, laundry closet and an in-unit washer dryer.
The second floor of the exquisite four-bedroom, three bath home boasts a beautiful open space that can serve as an additional bedroom, office or lounge area.
The second sitting room includes a separate entrance to the wraparound rooftop terrace.
The views of The High Line and city skyline don't get much better than this. Whether it be used to enjoy a coffee before work or space for a celebration, the stunning terrace is too perfect for words.