Emmy-winning actor Sean Hayes, best known for his hilarious role as Jack McFarland on NBC’s “Will & Grace,” has been spotted house hunting on the Upper East Side.
In early December, Hess visited $23 million The Upper East Side Penthouse in Wells, a historic former hotel converted to condos in Carnegie Hill. It’s a unit that Scarlett Johansson and Colin Jost also once visited, As previously reported by Gimme Shelter,
This spring, Hayes will star on Broadway in Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Doug Wright’s new play, “Good Night, Oscar.”
The full-floor, 4,179-square-foot residence comes with a 3,114-square-foot wrap terrace on two levels — and also includes an outdoor kitchen with wet bar, fireplace, and butler’s pantry.
Five Bedroom Penthouse is new construction Built on top of the historic hotel with interiors by the Parisian firm Pinto. The home opens to an entry gallery with a dedicated elevator. It flows into a corner great room with a fireplace, coffered ceiling, corner windows, and terrace access through French doors.
The building’s lobby features vaulted ceilings and antique mirrored walls.
Prior to the condo conversion, the hotel was a hot spot for celebs primping before heading to the Met Gala at the nearby Metropolitan Museum of Art.