$6,995,000 $7,495,000
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324 West 22nd Street

Chelsea, Manhattan | Eighth Ave & Ninth Ave

20 Rooms7 Beds5.5 Baths4,648 Square FeetMulti-Family

$6,995,000 $7,495,000
floors / apts4 / 2
Lot Size20'7"x98'8"
Built Size20'7"x44'
Building TypeTownhouse
RE Taxes$38,110
Price Per SF

Listing Features

  • Original Details

Outdoor space and views

  • Backyard [30'x20']
  • Terrace [13'x7']

Building Amenities

  • Voice Intercom

Property Description for 324 West 22nd Street

324 West 22nd Street, The Isaac Phillips House, is on the market for the first time in almost 60 years. Built in 1843, this home was originally part of the Clement C. Moore estate and has only had three different owners. Located mid-block on one of the most beautiful tree-lined Chelsea streets, surrounded by rows of historic townhouses, this Greek Revival style home with a handsome brick facade is a must-see. Making a grand impression, the original high front stoop and cap-molded brownstone lintels and railings remain intact. Built 21-feet wide by 60-feet deep on a 21-foot x 99-foot lot, this townhouse spans approximately 5,100 square feet across four levels (plus basement) with 700 square feet of private outdoor space.

The result of thoughtful upgrades through various architectural periods, this home features Colonial-style window sashes, Italianate cornices, and a distinguished Italianate wooden door and enframement. A truly special detail, the front door has large acanthus-carved console brackets supporting a segmented arched door opening with a carved keystone. These beautiful doors are inlaid with glass panels to allow sunlight into the entrance hall and further enhance the beautiful facade.

In its current configuration, the owner's unit spans three floors with a total of five bedrooms, a library, three full baths, a powder room, front and backyards, and a south facing terrace off of the primary bedroom. A beautiful and wide staircase services each level of this residence. Generous ceiling heights and thoughtful details throughout add to the scale and charm of each room. The study off of the primary bedroom boasts a mural painted by the famous artist Neel Bate himself as a gift to the current owners. The additional separate two-bedroom, two-bathroom garden apartment has its own entrance and offers an area ideal for a guest suite, live/work, or the opportunity for extra income. This townhouse is an amazing opportunity to reinvent a distinguished piece of New York City's past, adding your own vision to create a townhouse masterpiece.

This sought-after Chelsea address is within minutes of the Avenues World School, the High Line Park, Chelsea Piers Sports complex, Google headquarters, as well as the Meatpacking district and Chelsea Market. New York City's finest restaurants, artisanal coffee shops, infamous art scene and transportation are right outside your door at 324 West 22nd Street.

Listing History for 324 West 22nd Street

$6,995,000 [-$500,000] [6.7%]
Price Drop by Arezu Sohn
New Agency by Arezu Sohn

Building Details for 324 West 22nd Street

Building TypeTownhouse
Service LevelVoice Intercom
Year Built1843
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Chelsea | Manhattan

Quick Profile

The row houses portray the world-class architecture of Greek Revival, Italianate and Georgian styles. The population is both ethnically and socially diverse, which is reflected in the restaurants and retail businesses in the neighborhood. 

Western Chelsea is the center of the NYC art world, where you will find more than 200 art galleries housed in rehabbed factories and warehouses, as well as in newly-constructed buildings.

While people of many different cultures call Chelsea home, it has been a mecca over the years for people in the LGBTQ community. One census reported that as many as 22% of its residents were gay couples. Eighth Avenue is a trendy area for LGBTQ-oriented dining and shopping. Although it no longer draws the LGBTQ population that it once did, Chelsea still has many popular alternative bars.  

Chelsea is primarily residential, consisting of a mixture of diverse complexes, low-rise apartment blocks, tenements, townhouses, renovated row houses, and luxury high-rises. 

Chelsea is an interesting and sought-after place to live, with unique clothing boutiques, restaurants, and delis representing cultures from around the world. In addition to its quirky establishments, Chelsea has fine dining restaurants and a vibrant, hip nightlife, which adds to its allure.

Chelsea is well-served by public transportation. At least six city bus routes traverse Chelsea. There are three NYC subway routes with stops on Seventh Avenue, three on Eighth Avenue, and two more on Sixth Avenue. The 34th Street - Hudson Yards Station opened in 2015 with its main entrance in Chelsea.  

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OLR ID: 86636TH