Actress Chloë Sevigny used to sing the praises of her garden apartment in Manhattan's East Village, but lately has soured on the idea of living so close to ground level. The low ceilings that she once referred to, presumably lovingly, as "womb-like" have prompted her to list the one-bedroom flat for a rousing $1.7M. It seems that even subterranean living isn't cheap in the city, particularly not when it comes with a massive private garden, a wood burning fireplace, and a good-sized kitchen with Viking range. Featured in House & Garden, the place is awash in prints and "that beaten-down WASP late-sixties look."
· Chloë Sevigny Lists Her EVill Garden Co-op for $1.7M [Curbed NY]