Inside Alia Bhatt’s Juhu Apartment
Actor Alia Bhatt's love for real estate is no secret. She has been investing heavily in the property market, and recently bought her third home in Juhu. The actress purchased a 2,300-sqft apartment on the first floor of a high-rise for whopping Rs 13.11 crore, apparently double the asking price. Consequently, she had paid Rs 64 lakh as stamp duty and registration charges for the flat. However, real estate agents are of the opinion that a house in a neighbourhood like that deserves all that the actor paid.
Alia's current home
Bhatt bought the apartment, in which she currently lives with her sister, in 2016 and renovated it in the following 18 months. Bhatt’s current abode, which is also in Juhu, has white-washed walls, pendant lights and tea bar to give it a youthful vibe. The New York-style loft with large, wide windows provides the home all the air it needs. Designed by interior designer Richa Bahl, the apartment is "girly" and have fun vibe, too.
There is a large bookcase and plush sofas in the living with four bedrooms configured to three. The actress’s dressing room is a separate space segregated by a lobby from the rest of the house. With concrete-tiled floors, the home is not overtly glamorous like chandeliers or marble flooring.
Bhatt's entrance lobby has a rustic touch and oozes vintage style.
Check out the fabrics and colour pops on the throw pillows, beautifully contrasting with the white sofa.
The rustic brown bar stools with complementing wooden tea unit gives earthy yet elegant get-up to the space.
A stylish lamp, a small terrarium and even those history books an impressive range of decor.
The dining area is giving the feels of a hillside cafe and notice how the seatings are all in different shades yet, well complemented.
The bath space is one of the most striking areas of Alia Bhatt’s home with Moroccan patterned flooring against a white layout.
From the pastel green cabinet colours to the basketweave flooring pattern, the kitchen is extremely modern by the look of it.
(Images Courtesy: Architectural Digest India)