A Greek Revival townhouse in Chelsea that has been home to many a celebrity is back on the market, this time asking $22.5 million. The former dwelling of Andrew Garfield and Emma Stone, Olivier Sarkozy, Jason Statham and Rosie Huntington Whiteley, Courtney Love, and, not least, Glenn Close during the Fatal Attraction years is currently broken up into five high-end rentals, but can be converted into a single-family home. The townhouse at 436 West 20th Street last appeared on the market as a whole in September of 2012 asking $19 million, following a 2010 "museum-quality" renovation that restored the landmarked townhouse to its original grandeur, NYDN reports.
In all, the 10,000-square-foot home has 13 wood-burning fireplaces, wide-plank oak floors, and views towards the Episcopal Seminary Gardens. The penthouse is served by a private elevator.
· Listing: 436 West 20th Street [Ariel Property Advisors via StreetEasy]
· Chelsea townhouse once home to Glenn Close, Courtney Love and Emma Stone returns to market for $22.5M [NYDN]
· All 436 West 20th Street coverage [Curbed]