LARGE GARDEN APARTMENT W/ PRIVATE ENTRANCE | 2 WB FIREPLACES | PET FRIENDLY | LOW MONTHLIES | Built in 1854 in the Anglo Italianate style, and on land purchased from and developed by Clement Clarke Moore on his riverside estate Chelsea, sits this incredibly rare, double-wide FITZROY garden home. These homes were considered among the city's finest and referred to as "Millionaire's Row". This extraordinary residence was achieved by the combination of the garden floors of two contiguous FITZROY brownstones. The home offers two entrances, counting an entry off the building's front hall as well as a private sidewalk entry. There's also an open kitchen equipped with Viking and Sub Zero appliances, and a living room with separate dining, a wood-burning fireplace, and French doors that open directly onto your large, brick-paved and terraced garden. The other half of the home adds two very spacious and sumptuous en-suite bedrooms with a steam shower and a freestanding jet tub. The magnificent master bedroom features a bay window and window seat, a second wood-burning fireplace, three closets including a large walk-in, and direct access to the garden. There's also central air conditioning, beautiful hardwood floors, a washer/dryer, and thoughtful storage throughout. This serene hideaway is conveniently located in the Chelsea Historic District and just a block to the celebrated High Line Park, as well as nearby to Chelsea Market, The Whitney Museum of American Art, the Chelsea Piers Sports Complex, and some 200 galleries. Just around the corner from Empire Diner, other famed neighborhood restaurants include the Red Cat, Cookshop, Del Posto, and Bottino. This is a pet-friendly, 6 unit co-op with very low maintenance.