Gerard Butler lists his bohemian-baroque Chelsea loft for $6M

Posted On Thu, November 30, 2017 By

Posted On Thu, November 30, 2017 By In Celebrities, Chelsea, Cool Listings, Interiors

Photo of Gerard Butler via Wikimedia

Gerard Butler, the Scottish actor best known for his role in the movie “300,” is selling his sprawling 3,150-square-foot home in Chelsea for $5.99 million. Located at 139 West 19th Street, it was featured on the cover of Architectural Digest magazine in 2010, and with good reason: the converted manufacturing warehouse boasts 11-foot tall mahogany doors, a ceiling fresco in the foyer, countless crystal chandeliers, and a wooden arch support from a Bronx cathedral. According to the New York Post, Gerard first purchased the duplex loft in 2004 for $2.575 million.

The unique style of the apartment can be credited to the architect Alexander Gorlin, who gutted the first level to create the spacious loft that has 13-foot-tall ceilings with exposed beams. To further this modern vintage vibe, as the listing describes it, production designer Elvis Restaino mixed old architectural gems with “modern movie-type construction” during a multi-year process.

In the main section of the loft, there is a huge medieval-style wood and iron table and brick-framed windows. The open kitchen is equipped with commercial grade appliances, an “excavated-looking backsplash” and more chandeliers.

The apartment includes a theater, which is framed by a pair of Indian columns and a wooden arch support from a Bronx cathedral. The lion’s head hails from an old library. An office and a guest bedroom with a full bathroom can also be found on the first level.

On the loft’s second floor, the master suite spans 1,200-square feet and sits next to an outdoor space. According to the listing, the owner describes the unique style as “bohemian old-world rustic chateau with a taste of baroque.”

[Listing: 139 West 19th Street by Kevin Sneddon for Private Client Realty]

[Via NY Post]

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