‘The Northman’ Actor Alexander Skarsgård  Lists Historic Manhattan Pad for $2.6 Million

True Blood alum Alexander Skarsgård  is ready to part ways with his historic East Village co-op.

The actor — who’s currently entertaining movie goers as Prince Amleth in the action-filled epic The Northman — is looking to fetch $2,599,000 for his NYC home.

Skarsgård bought the apartment approximately 5 years ago, then embarked on an extensive renovation process that modernized the unit without altering its historic character.

The studio apartment has loft-like proportions and stands out with its exposed brick walls, tall, wood-beamed ceilings, and stunning pre-war details.

Among the latter: a wood-burning marble fireplace that anchors the living area, as well as original pocket shutters.

White Frame Corner

Bathed in light by five skylights, three southern-facing windows and a large casement window, the studio apartment boasts carefully refurbished original pine flooring.

During Alexander Skarsgård’s ownership, the apartment was configured as a one-bedroom  — and a stunning one at that.

The bedroom is also skylit, for residents to enjoy clear, starry nights and features plenty of storage, maximized by custom European white oak floor-to-ceiling closets.

But it can easily accommodate a second bedroom, and future owners can also add a private roof deck with views of Downtown Manhattan.

White Frame Corner

For a closer look inside Alexander Skarsgård's charming apartment, check out our article on the chic Manhattan pad.              -->    SWIPE UP    <--

White Frame Corner