See Inside Emma Stone’s Former New York Townhouse!
The townhouse that Emma Stone once shared with former boyfriend Andrew Garfield in New York’s Chelsea neighborhood has just hit the market for a whopping $18.75 million.
The 9,000-square-foot Greek Revival home is currently divided into five rental units, which can be converted to a single-family home with nine bedrooms and 12 bathrooms upon sale. Originally built in 1835, the house boasts multiple outdoor terraces, a garden and 10 wood-burning fireplaces spread over its five floors.
Click through to take a peek inside the various units!
Though the home was updated in 2013, it still maintains detailing from its original structure, including molding, mantles, mahogany doors, and an elegant staircase.
A crystal chandelier offsets the mix of contemporary and vintage pieces in this living room.
In this kitchen, marble countertops and a light paint color on the walls offer a clean, contemporary feel, while a patinated fireplace adds a sense of history.
The crystal chandelier in this unit comes with an embellished canopy, adding an elegant look to the modern space.
Expansive windows in this bedroom brings the lush outdoors in.
Exposed brick walls add character and warmth to this living room.
The top floor boasts an oversized skylight, creating a loft-like feel.
The balcony is perfect for soaking up that summer sun.
The terrace on the middle ground is spacious enough for outdoor entertaining — a major luxury in New York.