David LaChapelle placed his apartment at 427 West 21st Street, Chelsea, New York City in the market for $2.469 million, as reported by an article on Curbed.
In an article from 6Sqft, the 19th century apartment has one-bedroom and one-bathroom and has 12-foot high ceilings with hand-carved crown molding. It also has French doors, a bay window, floor-to-ceiling windows, three wood-burning fireplaces, etched glass door inlays, stained oak floors and medallion-wrapped light fixtures. The article added that the house has 8-by-14-foot terrace and a modern chef's kitchen.
In addition, as stated in a listing from Street Easy, the front entrance of the apartment has a grand dining room that can be divided into a formal space by sliding wood doors or changed into a living room. The dining room is near the master bedroom. The listing added that the kitchen is adjacent to a living room and a private terrace overlooking the clock tower of General Theological Seminary across the street. The landmark can also be seen through the floor-to-ceiling windows.
The one story apartment has four rooms, a center dressing area that includes four closets with built-in shelving and hanging storage, a closet in a bedroom, floor-to-ceiling bookcases, and a basement, as a listing from Zillow described. The listing added that the townhouse has a magnificent landing area with crystal chandelier and original wood banisters. Also, washer and dryer are in the basement. Pets are also allowed but case by case.
In addition to the report from Curbed, the photographer bought the house last 2011 for $1.74 million.
Pictures of the house can be seen in Curbed, Core NYC, 6Sqft, and Zillow.
In the meantime, David LaChapelle, a photographer and director has a net worth estimated at $5 million, as reported from Celebrity Net Worth. In the article from 6Sqft, the photographer is known for shooting Madonna, Michael Jackson, Leonardo Dicaprio, Lady Gaga, and other celebrities in some weird situations.