Take a peek inside Ashley Olsen's New York apartment

The pictures will give you major envy


Not content with having us envy her wardrobe on a regular basis Ashley Olsen is now giving us major apartment goals, after picking up a beautiful property in Manhattan, which set her back almost £5million. The fashion designer's new home is located in the stylish Greenwich Village, and the pictures are incredible…

According to the Wall Street Journal, 29-year-old Ashley's apartment sits in a converted art gallery, on which developer Edward Minskoff spent more than £180million to create a collection of exclusive condos.

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Ashley Olsen's New York apartment is beautiful

Ashley picked one with two bedrooms and 2.5 bathrooms but if you think that sounds modest for a multi-million pound property, you would be wrong. The apartment boasts 11-foot high ceilings and covers a huge 3,000-sqaure-feet.

And the building is just as impressive as the apartment. Ashley's guests will be greeted 24-hours a day by a concierge, who will direct them to the elevator which will transport them to the condo, via the deluxe fitness centre exclusively for residents.

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It boasts two bedrooms and 2.5 bathrooms across 3,000-square-feet

We're not surprised Ashley is living in such luxury. She and twin sister Mary-Kate run hugely successful high-end fashion house The Row, which has 164 stores in more than 35 countries.

Two years ago, Mary-Kate and her fiancé Oliver Sarkozy purchased a mansion in midtown Manhattan's Turtle Bay Gardens for a cool £9.3million. Real estate agent Douglas Elliman listed the property to have four/five bedrooms, an elevator and seven fireplaces.

Check out the pictures of Ashley's gorgeous apartment and let us know your thoughts in the comments box below.

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