Step Inside the Sleek Brooklyn Loft That’s Just Too Exposed for Anne Hathaway

Anne Hathaway loves to step outside in big movie star sunglasses for a little anonymity, but her shades were no match for her former Brooklyn, New York, loft with husband Adam Shulman.

Anne recently sold her pad in the swank Dumbo Clocktower building for $4.25 million because the NY Post reported that the apartment was too big and she felt “too visible” in it, according to a source. Well, with the stunning panoramic views of the Brooklyn Bridge, Manhattan Bridge and the Manhattan skyline, we’d have to agree — but very, very, very reluctantly so.

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Living Room

We love the zen-like vibe in her living room (and can't stop obsessing over the view).
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Kitchen

I guess Anne didn't want everyone knowing what she made for breakfast every morning?
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Office

This sitting room and office area is a cozy respite from a window view.
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Sitting Area

Do you think this piano is where Anne practiced "I Dreamed a Dream?"
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Bedroom

Anne and Adam's bedroom decor style is very earthy, minimal and modern.

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