Does Channing Tatum actually care about timeless design and furniture, as the Magic Mike character loosely based on him suggests? The fact that he once lived in this 185-year-old Tribeca townhouse says that yes, he does indeed. The home, which is now owned by legal malpractice lawyer W. Robert Curtis, is currently on the market for $6.5 million, according to 6sqft. Tatum rented the home in the summer of 2012, around the time the first Magic Mike movie came out. The townhouse has been on and off the market as a rental over the years with asks ranging from $18,000 to $35,000 a month, but Curtis has finally decided to sell. The five-story building has 3,231 square feet of space but only two bedroomsone guest bedroom on the first floor and a master bedroom on the second. The townhouse's third floor is entirely dedicated to a dressing area and closet space. The kitchen and dining room are on the fourth, and the living room is on the fifth floor. A private terrace tops the whole thing off.
The townhouse was built in 1830, and was originally a factory used to make antiseptic soap during the Civil War, according to 6sqft. There are still remnants of some of the original construction work, including pine beams and a mechanical hoist that's still on display. The house's abundant exposed brick walls, black steel staircases, and black steel-framed windows and sliding glass bedroom doors particularly stand out.
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