Meg Ryan Buys Home From Hank Azaria

Posted: Aug 28 2014, 10:19am CDT | by , in News | Latest Celebrity News

Meg Ryan buys Home from Hank Azaria
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Meg Ryan now has her own home to live in. She has bought the Soho luxury pad for $8 million from actor, Hank Azaria.

After years and years of searching, Meg Ryan finally found her dream home. She is now the owner of Hank Azaria's Soho luxury pad. The 52-year-old actress bought this home for $8 million.

Meg Ryan split up earlier this week with rocker boyfriend of three years, John Mellencamp. And the main reason for the split was their individual preferences of living.

Meg Ryan lives in New York and she did not want to go elsewhere while John Mellencamp prefers to live in Indiana. Hence, the couple separated.

She was previously living in a rented apartment at 40 Mercer Street. She was looking for houses in Tribeca and Soho. And she succeeded in getting a home in Soho.

Her new home "is a 4000-square-foot, full-floor co-op that boasts three bedrooms, three bathrooms, a gym and an atrium hall," according to NYP.

Hank Azaria had bought the Soho pad in 2005 for $4.6 million from artist Cindy Sherman. This luxury pad is the largest co-op in SoHo. It was also used as a venue for the Nicholas Hotel in 1853.

Azaria had also bought a new home for himself in May for $9.2 million. His new home was located in Upper West Side at 75 Central Park West.

Meg Ryan bought this awesome home through a trust. She is best known for her work in “You’ve Got Mail, “When Harry Met Sally,” and “Sleepless in Seattle.”

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