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.
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.
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.