Where can you find a butler, a pyschic and a lately departed Courtney Love? It could be a bad screenplay, or just the contents of a quirky and exclusive rental in a Chelsea mansion.
After birth and marriage, the final New York ritual may be sleeping on a friend’s couch after a nasty divorce. For those with slightly larger alimony payments, we imagine your friend doesn’t offer free juice delivery and wine consulting like this Chelsea rental does. However good your pal’s advice, she can’t claim to predict the future like celebrity psychic Roxanne Uselman Hulderman.
Those with slightly more sophisticated tastes may appreciate the antique furniture and Baccarat chandeliers, according to the listing.
The building offers most of this for free. Or $15,000 in rent, depending on how you look at it. If this is the new couch-surfing, even if you weren't planning on moving out it may be worth considering. —Laura Kusisto
With couch-surfing like this, even if you weren’t planning on moving out it may be worth considering.