Photo of Symon via Edsel Little on Flickr
Celebrity chef and former host of the recently canceled daytime show “The Chew,” Michael Symon is selling his Greenwich Village penthouse for $2.55 million. The one-bedroom apartment is located in a pre-war co-op building at 40 East 10th Street, smack dab in the middle of Washington Square Park and Union Square. Last year, the Food Network star sold his West Village townhouse for just under $5.5 million. The available penthouse, which Symon picked up last fall for $2.4 million, comes with an expansive south facing private terrace, equipped with a retractable awning and an irrigation system, and a second smaller terrace located off the dining room.
While the sun-lit kitchen is surprisingly small for a chef, the appliances are top-of-the-line from Sub-Zero and Wolf. An equally quaint dining room sits next to the kitchen. The smaller of the two terraces can be reached through the dining room.
South-facing windows in the spacious master bedroom look out onto the 40-foot-long terrace and let in an abundance of natural light. In addition to two closets, one being a walk-in, the bedroom’s master bath features heated marble slab floors and sleek marble wall tiles.
With every room given a view, the sprawling terrace is the highlight of the home. The retractable awning and GFI power outlets make this outdoor area the perfect place to wine and dine guests.
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All photos courtesy of Compass
Neighborhoods : Greenwich Village