Actor Ralph Fiennes has paid $2,000,000 to purchase a 1,220-square-foot condominium unit in Manhattan's Meatpacking District. The New York Post's fine celebrity real estate columnist Braden Keil on Friday broke the story in his paper's "Page Six" gossip column of Fiennes' purchase of the sixth-floor condominium unit, which is at 321 W. 13th Street in Manhattan. Records show that Fiennes, who purchased the unit in his own name, went to contract to buy the condo on February 5, and that he closed on the deal on June 17. The transaction was recorded with city officials last Thursday, June 26. Features in Fiennes' new unit include one bedroom, an office that could easily be converted into a second bedroom, high (11.5-foot) ceilings, a wood-burning fireplace, a top-of-the-line chef's kitchen with a pantry, a marble and mosaic bath with a separate shower and soaking tub, prewar details, exposed brick, hardwood floors, and lots of closets and storage, according to listing information. The unit had been on the market for $2,100,000. Check out an online listing sheet for Fiennes' new unit -- complete with photos in flash. Where else does Fiennes live? News accounts state that he lives in West London, on a street called Hammersmith Grove, which is in the Shepherd's Bush precinct. He also has in the past owned a four-story Victorian house in the past (we're not sure if he still does) in London's Notting Hill area, where his actor brother Joseph Fiennes also has owned a house.