This townhouse has an asking price of $6.3 million, which Corcoran seems to believe is well worth the three-unit (owner duplex), central Chelsea property that isn’t what it seems from the outside.
While the townhouse itself appears to be a classic Greek Revival-style brownstone on the outside, the current owners have clearly chosen the bright-white modern look that characterizes contemporary luxury, replete with flat-screen TVs of various sizes and dark-stained wood entryways.
Basically, this seems like the perfect home for two friends on a lease, to lure in guests that want a peek into Chelsea history, before surprising them with your take on hi-tech, modern living.*
So take a virtual look around and see what you think….
*Note: If you want to go “The Whole Bateman” when entertaining your architecturally curious guests, it does seem that there would be more than enough space to hide your various instruments of mayhem until they’re well inside.