Emma Stone’s former Chelsea townhouse returns for $19.75M

Posted On Wed, January 4, 2017 By

Posted On Wed, January 4, 2017 By In Celebrities, Chelsea, Cool Listings

Emma Stone and Andrew Garfield, Jason Statham and Rosie Huntington-Whiteley, Glenn Close, Courtney Love, Olivier Sarkozy–all of these celebs have called the landmarked townhouse at 436 West 20th Street home. But as Curbed notes, this A-list roster isn’t helping the 1835 Greek Revival beauty find a buyer, which may have to do with the fact that it’s currently chopped up into five units. “It first hit the market in 2010 for $21 million, returned in 2012 for $19 million, and returned yet again in 2015 for $22.5 million,” they explain, and it’s now hoping 2017 will be its lucky year, as it’s just returned for $19.75 million.



Back in 2013, the 10,000-square-foot home, which is also known as the Chelsea Mansion, underwent a two-year renovation that restored its pre-Civil War details and added some modern upgrades. It now has 13 wood-burning fireplaces, crown moldings, wide-plank wood floors, a grand staircase, and views of the General Theological Seminary. All five of the units have sound-proof rooms and high-end appliances. Two apartments have balconies, the ground-floor has a patio, and the penthouse comes complete with a private elevator and roof garden.


A previous article in the Daily News explains that Emma Stone and Andrew Garfield shacked up in the home while dating and filming “The Amazing Spider-Man” in 2012, and Glenn Close lived there for eight long years, which included the time she was working on “Fatal Attraction.”


A new owner has the option to keep the home divided as is or convert it back to a single-family home. Currently, one of the individual units is available for rent for $10,000 a month.

[Listing: 436 West 20th Street by Cushman & Wakefield]

[Via Curbed]


Images via Cushman & Wakefield

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Neighborhoods : Chelsea



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