The “Succession” house made famous by Kieran Culkin is asking for $25 million

This 25-foot-wide, six-story townhouse was where Kieran Culkin’s character, Roman Roy, resided while planning his family machinations and machinations on the lively HBO series Succession.

In reality, Culkin, 39 — Home Alone star Macaulay’s little brother — performed in a one-bedroom East Village apartment he’d shared with his wife, Jazz Charton, and their daughter since he was 19 Kinsey has Sioux. (They have since had a second child, a son named Wilder Wolf.)

This picture-perfect townhouse is located in Chelsea at 357 W. 17th St. – and is back on the market for $25 million. Previous pricing was all over the map. The seller – then resold by current stockbroker Douglas Elliman’s Lila Nejad – bought it in July 2020 for $14.99 million.

At the time, it was asking for $17.99 million – down from its original $38.6 million in 2016.

Interior of a bedroom in the house.
One of five bedrooms in townhouse.
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Interior of the kitchen of the house.
The gourmet kitchen on the second floor.
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Interior of townhouse garage.
The six story stunner has a private glass enclosed garage.
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Lady Gaga was even touring in 2018 when she asked for $29.5 million, Gimme reported.

Its previous owner, eye-catching designer Karim Rashid, sold it in 2014 for $9.35 million.

At 11,000 square feet, the townhouse features five bedrooms and one full suite with luxury amenities. There is a home theater, private glass enclosed garage, indoor resistance pool, sauna, wine cellar and around 2,000 square feet of outdoor space.

Exterior view of the rooftop hot tub.
Soak up the cityscape in the rooftop hot tub.
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Home theater interior.
Not to mention a private cinema downstairs.
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Other details include a custom fireplace, Italian doors with Swarovski crystal handles, wet bar with hidden sinks, floor-to-ceiling windows, and a rooftop hot tub.

The first floor features nearly 13 foot ceilings, while the second floor houses an eye-catching gourmet kitchen.

The third floor, built for entertaining, includes a formal dining room that is open to the kitchen below. The fourth floor is a full floor master bedroom suite, while the fifth floor offers a library/study with a private terrace.

The crowning green roof terrace with whirlpool offers views of the Empire State Building.

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