With a wedding to Jessica Biel in the works, Justin Timberlake has decided to get rid of his downtown New York City bachelor pad.
The "SexyBack" singer, 31, has listed his penthouse in the Soho Mews building for $7.65 million, Trulia reports. Timberlake purchased the property in 2010 for $6.56 million.
The property features three bedrooms, three and a half baths, a gas burning fireplace and a wrap terrace. A glass curtain wall provides stunning views of the Manhattan skyline, including the Empire State Building. The actor and musician's five-fixture master bath comes equipped with a radiant heat floor, an oval freestanding tub, a frameless glass-enclosed shower, Lefroy Brooks fixtures and a Valcucine vanity.
Timberlake's kitchen includes cabinetry made of striated elm and smoked glass, Jet Mist granite, a Sub-Zero refrigerator and wine storage unit, Miele ovens and a dishwasher, a designer cooktop and fully-vented hood. According to Trulia, the penthouse's second and third bedrooms also feature their own bathrooms with Valcucine vanities, in addition to Jet Mist granite and designer fixtures.
Earlier this year, Timberlake partnered with his longtime interior designer, Estee Stanley, to create a collection of products for HomeMint.com.
"I like very clean, almost modern architecture, and the obstacle with something like that is making it extremely warm, because it doesn't naturally lend itself to that," Timberlake told ELLE Decor of his design aesthetic. "With everything [Estee and I] do together, we try to get the juxtaposition right. To make pieces and rooms that are multifaceted, that blend different genres of architecture and design."
Timberlake -- who proposed to Biel, 30, over the holidays -- admitted he's spent countless hours renovating his pad. "I'll sit and I'll look at hardware for hours. Literally, for hours, I'll sit and compare hardware. The devil's in the details," he told ELLE Decor. "I like a lot of different things and the challenge is taking all the pieces you love and finding the common thread between them so it doesn't look like it’s all just thrown into the same room."
"You don't have to spend your whole bank account to make your home look amazing but also be comfortable and reliable," the In Time actor added.
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