We Finally Got a Look Inside Michael Strahan's Condo & Wow, He Really Loves Plants

Kristine Cannon

We all know Michael Strahan for two things: his 15-year NFL career with the New York Giants and his post-football career as a TV host, most recently as a co-host on Strahan and Sara, the third hour of Good Morning America. But indoor plant aficionado and fan of geode-esque artwork? That we didn’t know — until we saw the photos of his Beverly Hills apartment currently up for sale.

Strahan listed the 2,670-square-foot, three-bedroom and 3.5-bath luxury condo for $4.4 million, and he’s selling the home fully furnished, except for the artwork. He’s taking that gorgeous painting with him.

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According to Realtor.com, the condo is located within walking distance of Rodeo Drive and the balcony overlooks Beverly Hills foot traffic.

Virtually every room has at least one indoor plant, but what’s even more impressive about this condo is it has a private elevator that opens right into the unit.

From designer tiles, floor-to-ceiling windows and stainless steel to hardwood flooring and throws that would make Joanna Gaines proud, the home is beautiful.

Currently, the condo fee is $1,280 per month, so keep that in mind if you’re currently in the market for an over $4 million home in the heart of Beverly Hills. You will, however, have access to a gym, concierge service, a meeting room and three — count ‘em, three! — parking spaces.

Strahan made headlines in 2016 for abruptly leaving Live! With Kelly and Michael (now Live with Kelly and Ryan) for GMA. Though it’s been reported that Strahan and Ripa aren’t speaking, Strahan has kept himself plenty busy, especially now that he’s leaving his condo behind.

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