Chloë Sevigny is selling that sick New York apartment of hers for a cool $1.7 million.
Just last month we saw the cool digs in New York Magazine, though the serial mover admitted she was thinking about finding a new place yet again. Now the 1250-square-foot East Village garden apartment has been listed by Corcoran, which means we know some new details about the place. As per the listing:
Uniquely special, garden level, 1 bedroom with office in a historic brownstone on the loveliest block in the East Village. Upon entering this very special apartment through the gate, one is instantly transported to a retreat in the country. The gracious entry hall with wide plank, pine floors and an abundance of closet space brings you to a beautiful, large Living Room complete with exposed brick, beamed ceiling and a wood burning fireplace surrounded by bookshelves. One wall finished in an antiqued mirror brings a hint of glamour to this warm and welcoming room. Continue through to the dining area complete with a wall of casement windows framing the view to the Old World, common garden behind and a Dutch door opening directly to this spectacularly private oasis. The windowed kitchen, also with a view of the garden, has been totally upgraded in keeping with the tone of the apartment. An over-sized bedroom at the front of the apartment with a large walk-in closet and it’s own wood-burning fireplace has direct access to the bathroom with marble floor and claw foot tub. An office/guest room and a washer/dryer complete this incredibly detailed property. Every inch has been upgraded with the greatest degree of thought. This is a non-smoking co-op although pets are welcome.
Lovely, right? And now, PICTURES:
this is some kind of spaceship or something.