New York City
Most Known For
Hollywood funnyman with a lengthy roster of hit films
6 bedrooms, 6 full and 4 half bathrooms, 7,000+ square feet
Swank bachelor pads are all the rage for Hollywood’s A-list. When there isn’t a woman in the picture, it’s pretty much assumed that Hollywood’s high rollers will be living large in an ultra-posh bachelor pad. After his recent split with Demi Moore, Ashton Kutcher was seen spending hours at a $10.8m Hollywood Hills hideaway. Now, we’re hearing rumblings that the latest unmarried actor on the hunt for his perfect home is none other than funnyman Jim Carrey.
Carrey has been on a lengthy hunt for New York City pads in the $5-$8 million dollar range, but he recently decided to step it up a notch and toured a lavish $13.65 million dollar townhome at 233 West 20th Street in the chic Chelsea neighborhood.
Clocking in at 6-bedrooms, 6 full and 4 half bathrooms and more than 7,000 square feet, the listing claims that “no detail has been overlooked in the painstaking renovation of this 25-foot wide townhouse.” While the home was built in 1824, the upgrades make this home seem brand new. Stretched over six luxuriously appointed floors, plus a garden level, this home makes ingenious use of its size.
Upon entering the townhome, a grand entrance foyer with an oversized passenger elevator welcomes visitors and a bright and cheerful living room beckons. One flight above is the grand master suite, including two full bathrooms and an enormous windowed dressing room. Above, four additional bedrooms, and three more bathrooms round out the living quarters. A separate retreat atop the house are perfect for entertaining; here, a family room and parlor, connected via a kitchen, is designed for privacy and comfort. Crowning this magnificent New York City home is a sun-soaked solarium, flanked by terraces to the north and south.
At the garden level, you’ll find a spectacular custom-designed Neff kitchen that opens fluidly into the adjacent garden. This level also houses a staff room with en suite bath.
If Carrey does decide to make an offer, he’d be the proud owner of one enviable and over-the-top bachelor pad.
See more photos of this New York City home »
New York City
Most Known For
Fashion designer of his eponymous line and creative director at Louis Vuitton
3 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, 2,062 square feet
According to our friends at Curbed, fashion designer and icon Marc Jacobs has just vacated the Chelsea penthouse rental that he’s been shacking up in since 2009. Jacobs has been renting while anxiously awaiting the completion of a full renovation of his brand-new townhome. According to New York Magazine, Jacobs’ new home is one of six built as part of Superior Ink, the much-buzzed-about Robert A.M. Stern–designed condo project.
As it turns out, Jacobs wasn’t the only recognizable head to ever lay on the pillows at 252 7th Avenue. The 2,062-square-penthouse at the Chelsea Mercantile actually belongs to former New York Ranger and current Montreal Canadien hockey star Scott Gomez.
If you’re interested in taking over the lease from Marc, prepare to pony up $23,000 a month (that’s $8k MORE than the $15k Marc was paying). Seem steep? Perhaps you can justify the cost, since the 3 bedroom, 3 bathroom home comes fully-furnished. It’s a classic New York City penthouse with an expansive furnished terrace, making it the perfect setting for cocktail parties.
The home is currently configured as two bedrooms with den, and features a full kitchen, entertainment system and sweeping city views of the Hudson and Downtown skyline. Designed with high ceilings and a huge terrace, this Penthouse feels more like a home than an apartment. The open kitchen comes complete with Subzero, Miele, and Viking appliances.
As if a fashion designer and clothes hound like Marc Jacobs would have it any differently, the penthouse has abundant closet space and also comes with a washer/dryer and additional storage unit in the basement. The Chelsea Mercantile is one of Chelsea’s premier full-service buildings boasting full-time doormen, concierge, valet, gym, roof deck, childrens play room, and bicycle storage.
Check out more New York City rentals here
More details on Marc Jacob's former NYC rental »
2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, 1,800 square feet, 500 square foot rooftop patio
Here at Luxe Living, we might have to create a whole new category of homes for something like this out-of-this-world Chelsea NYC apartment. Don’t adjust the color on your computer screen – what you’re seeing in this home is the real deal when it comes to untraditional decor. In what is sure to be the most unique home you have ever seen, you’ll find an apartment that is simply surreal in a “This is incredible!” meets “what were they thinking?” kind of way.
The home is an funky experience, starting as you walk through the front door, which has been remodeled to resemble a submarine. The distinctive features within the home, from the pulleys and antique pipes, to the miniature planes and huge old wooden casts, have been individually hand-picked and are mired with history. The chef’s kitchen is equipped with high-end appliances and impeccable finishes, from antique wrenches and tools designed as cabinet handles to the inescapable technicolored zeppelin that suspends across 32-feet of the apartment’s ceiling. This $1,750,000, 1,800 square foot home is a large, open loft with one bedroom and two full bathrooms, which can be easily converted to a two-bedroom apartment plus home office or interior bedroom. The 500-square foot, south-facing terrace lends this apartment perfectly to entertaining. If you ever want to leave the inside of this gawk-worthy home.
Parul Brahmbhatt of Core represents this listing
Step inside this retro NYC home »