The fate of Jason Reitman‘s Chelsea pad is no longer up in the air. After just 32 days on the market, the director/producer/screenwriter, best known for the beloved indie flick “Juno,” as well as well as the aforementioned pun starring George Clooney, has sold for $3.05 million. As noted by the Observer, the 1,600-square-foot space at 434 West 20th Street was purchased by Reitman with his then-wife Michelle Lee back in 2011 for $2.15 million, with the pair said to be drawn in by the home’s prewar detailing and its location just across from the New York Seminary’s gorgeous gardens.
The apartment is situated along one of Chelsea’s prettiest streets, and inside boasts three bedrooms and a spacious living room complete with 11-foot ceilings and a functioning fireplace. The kitchen is well-equipped with storage and comes complete with an eat-in area.
The layout is a little odd, putting the master bedroom off of the dining room, but the room’s generous south-facing windows and en suite bath with soaking tub and walk-in closet make it a covetable space. At the back of the apartment you’ll find two more bedrooms, one with a wood-burning fireplace.
[434 West 20th Street at CityRealty]
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Neighborhoods : Chelsea