Emma Stone’s Former Chelsea Townhouse Returns for $18.75M
A landmarked Greek Revival townhouse at 436 West 20th Street has returned to the market asking $18.75M. The 9,000-square-foot residence is currently configured as five units and has played host to an enviable roster of bold-faced names. Emma Stone and Andrew Garfield resided in the townhouse while dating and filming The Amazing Spider-Man and Glenn Close lived there for 8 years, including the time she was filming Fatal Attraction. Other notable former residents include Courtney Love, Olivier Sarkozy and Jason Statham and Rosie Huntington-Whiteley. Despite its popularity among A-listers, the townhouse has lingered on the market since 2010 and its latest price tag is $1M lower than the previous ask.
This townhouse was built in 1835 and underwent a modern renovation and restoration in 2013. The home boasts multiple outdoor terraces, 10 wood-burning fireplaces, a skylight and a roof deck. Currently configured as five units, the townhouse can also be delivered vacant to be converted into a single-family home. Otherwise, the next owner could choose a variety of configurations including a strictly investment property grossing nearly $600k/year in rental income or a live plus income scenario.