Restaurateur Serving Up $1.2M Chelsea Pad
Restaurateur Julie Taras Wallach, owner of the Tipsy Parson eatery, is selling her apartment at 219 W. 14th St. The fifth-floor unit is asking $1.2 million.
It was designed by her brother, the architect Jeffrey Taras.
The best part of the one-bedroom, one-bathroom, 636-square-foot apartment — beyond its private rooftop — might be its chef’s kitchen.
We can just imagine her restaurant’s chef, “Top Chef” star Ty-Lor Boring, dropping in to make his signature shrimp with grits and buttermilk biscuits.
The apartment features ceilings more than 11 feet high and a wood-burning fireplace.
A pocket door leads from the living room to the bedroom, with custom floor-to-ceiling closets and a built-in counter/desk.
There’s also a spiral staircase that leads to that 450-square-foot private, landscaped roof deck with city views.
The listing brokers are Henry Hershkowitz, Cartwright Lee and Heather McDonough, of CORE.