Expect more from controversial supermodel Cara Delevingne at Gramercy Park.
The glamorous British model and ‘Suicide Squad’ star has inked a deal to buy comedian/late-night TV host Jimmy Fallon’s triplex combo spread of four units at 34 Gramercy Park East, as Gimme Shelter exclusively has experienced.
And yes, the quirky pad comes with keys to the private Gramercy Park. Former occupants of the historic 1883 Queen Anne-style, Grade II listed nine-story brick and terracotta building include actors James Cagney and Margaret Hamilton, who played the Wicked Witch of the West in The Wizard of Oz.
The massive dig — nearly 5,000 square feet over three floors connected by a custom staircase and secret passages — first went on the market last March for $15 million. It’s a contract for a few million less, sources say, from the off-market deal.
Delevingne, a Knicks fan who attended a game with Selena Gomez, was in the news for taking pictures and even photobombing with Megan Thee Stallion ahead of last Sunday’s Billboard Music Awards.
The Grammy-winning “Captain Hook” rapper even cropped Delevingne from a photo she posted from the awards show, while a playful photo of Delevingne posing with the “Savage” performer’s Thierry Mugler designer dress on the staged the red carpet, went viral.
The six-bedroom, five-bathroom apartment began as a single one-bedroom bachelorette apartment, the “SNL” Alum Fallon, 47, was purchased in 2002 for $850,000.
The house blossomed alongside Fallon, who is now married to film producer Nancy Juvonen, 54.
The triplex opens with a seventh floor foyer leading to the first floor living room, eat-in kitchen overlooking Gramercy Park and walk-in pantry, two bedrooms, two bathrooms and a study.
There is also a children’s playroom with jungle gym for daughters Frances Cole (7) and Winnie Rose (8).
There’s even an eighth-floor drawing room with a vintage bar and gas fireplace with stone hearth, and an exercise room with massage bed and steam shower. Fallon and Juvonen took care of the renovation with restored window frames and paneling and restored hardwood floors. The quirky and thoughtful design includes vintage 1940s wallpaper and antiques.
Jeremy Stein and Debbie Korb of Sotheby’s International Realty had the listing, which was pulled from the market about eight months ago.