American actress Live Tyler recently gave Architectural Digest a look inside her townhouse in the West Village in Manhattan. “I just love how I don’t even have to leave my block,” Tyler told AD. “Mary’s Fish Camp is my favorite restaurant. I grew up in Maine so I get all Maine food there. Lobster knuckles. And then going to my deli is my favorite thing. I literally go across the street and will talk to the guys there for, like, 45 minutes and get all my favorite treats.”
Liv purchased the building, which was built in the late 1800s, in 2001. She worked with architect Ben Petreath from Fairfax and Sammons to bring back the building to life and restore its former glory.
Take a look inside her house: