Per 6sqft, Stanton shelled out $2.45M for the Italianate-style duplex—originally built in the 1850s—that’s an actual designated city landmark.
The two-level abode includes two bedrooms, two bathrooms, and a formal office—plus it’s less than a block from the scenic High Line in the Chelsea neighborhood.
The lofty living room features double-height ceilings, coffered paneling, and a wood-burning fireplace.
Both of the co-op’s bedrooms boast stained hardwood floors and track lighting.
However, the icing on this real estate cake is the two-level backyard garden that offers a stone patio, built-in shed, and south-facing views of the city!
There’s even a proper laundry room that could easily double as a second study, making this pad a rare New York City-score for the wildly popular photographer.