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Harlow’s Brooklyn condo, which has a pretty spectacular view, just hit the market. (Harlow: Fernando Leon/Getty Images)

A ’90s-era sensation who graced the cover of Vogue six times, supermodel Shalom Harlow has real-estate smarts as well. She bought her apartment at One Brooklyn Bridge Park 10 years ago for $1.3 million. Back then it was a fairly new condo conversion in a somewhat remote location. But as the Brooklyn waterfront grew into an ever-hotter neighborhood, the home’s value has appreciated. As reported by the New York Post, the home is now on the market for just shy of $2 million, which would net her a tidy profit.

Inside Shalom Harlow’s Brooklyn Home

This 1,385-square-foot 2-bedroom/2-bathroom condo, 360 Furman St. #839, is as stunning as its owner! The home is right on the water and boasts a massive wall of windows overlooking the East River and lower Manhattan. (You can see the Statue of Liberty too.) The giant windows span the entire apartment, including both bedrooms.

Thirteen-foot ceilings give the space a loft-like feel, which is aided by the second bedroom’s huge sliding door. The door is finished with a rare Japanese wood-charring technique, according to the listing — a worldly detail for a worldly woman. Other sophisticated details include custom doorknobs of hand-rubbed brass and leather-upholstered walls. The open kitchen features top-of-the-line Sub-Zero and Bosch appliances.

But the most luxurious details are reserved for the master bath, a true work of art. The room has an elegant push-pull of rustic and modern. Walls clad in reclaimed barn siding contrast with with a honed-Carrara-marble counter. And a sleek, modern glass shower is complemented by a trough-like steel bathtub created by revered designer Patricia Urquiola.

The home is listed for $1,895,000 by Joel Phillip Lasher of Brown Harris Stevens. Check out the video walkthrough and 3D tour on the listing.

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About One Brooklyn Bridge Park

This condo complex is technically in Brooklyn Heights. Its location between the BQE and the waterfront makes it a bit isolated from the heart of the neighborhood, though. While its street address is 360 Furman Street, the huge 435-unit complex is known as One Brooklyn Bridge Park. The former warehouse building was redeveloped into condos in 2008.

As the name suggests, the building is literally on Brooklyn Bridge Park, so residents never lack for outdoor space. It also boasts an impressive range of indoor amenities. Tenants can enjoy a 3,000-square-foot gym, a screening room, a billiard room, and even a golf simulator.

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