Set on a historic tree-lined street, the swanky abode boasts a master suite that takes up an entire floor.
The four-story townhouse Hilary Swank once owned with her then-husband, Chad Lowe, has found itself back on the market. In 2002, the Award Award–winning actor acquired the West Village brownstone for $3,900,000, and sold it five years later for $8,250,000, shortly after the couple split.
According to city records, the current owner, Tractor Supply CEO Hal Lawton, purchased the home in 2017 for $10,500,000, and is now also looking to cut ties with the dwelling—this time seeking $10,995,000.
Located on Charles Street, between Seventh Avenue South and West 4th Street, the turn-key property has been impeccably renovated throughout the years, melding charming original detailing with modern allure. With four floors of elegant interior space, the home offers four bedrooms and two-and-a-half baths. While three of the bedrooms are located on the top level, the master suite occupies the entire third floor, which includes a spacious spa bath and a large dressing room and walk-in closet that can easily be converted into a nursery or home office.
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