It ‘Feels Like the First Time’ Ann-Dexter Jones' Greenwich Village Apartment Is Available to Buy
After an extensive renovation and a headline-making reconciliation, Ann Dexter-Jones has listed the Greenwich Village home she purchased after her 2007 divorce from Foreigner’s Mick Jones.
The jewelry designer and rock star remarried in March and now, according to the New York Post, Dexter-Jones is moving into her husband's loft.
Meanwhile, her charming two-bedroom duplex in The Portsmouth has been listed for $4.995 million by Mark Thomas Amadei and Roberta Golubock of Sotheby’s International Reality.
Not surprisingly, the apartment is adorned with bold art, vintage lighting and at least one guitar.
There are four wood-burning fireplaces throughout the 2,075-square-foot space. The luxurious yet warm interiors have all been carefully designed by Dexter-Jones herself.
The jeweler’s attention to detail and fondness for the apartment is apparent in the small touches she adds to make each room special, like a gold chair in the marble master bath and an antique lamp in her elegant bedroom.
Whimsical artwork and antique furnishings welcome guests in the foyer.
On the top level, an easy-going open floor plan brings these spaces together seamlessly.
The master suite is removed from the rest of the floor and is a haven of blissful serenity.
A hallway filled with personal photos and art that inspires the jeweler takes you back to the main part of the apartment through a wistful stained glass door.
The master bath has achieved marble perfection, but it's the thoughtful details that really set it apart. A modern chair and cheery flowers complement the ever-present artwork on the wall.
Downstairs, the family room pays homage to Dexter-Jones' identity as a rock-and-roll wife and jewelry designer.
An intimate yet modern dining area is tucked away on the lower level and combines popping reds with moody grays.
A spiral staircase offers a more intriguing way to the lower level where family photos are proudly displayed.