‘Stranger Things’ actor Matthew Modine’s former West Chelsea apartment lands on the market

by Georgie Mihaila

A stylish duplex loft 

with 14-foot ceilings and oversized windows in West Chelsea has recently landed on the market. And it has some star power to add to its appeal.

The New York City apartment

— set in the former industrial-turned-luxury-condo Loft 25 building at 420 West 25th Street — was once owned by veteran actor Matthew Modine.

Renowned for iconic films and TV shows such as Full Metal Jacket, Birdy, and Stranger Things, Modine also made an appearance in this summer’s blockbuster, Oppenheimer.

10 years after its former celebrity owner parted ways with the West Chelsea condo, the 1,668-square-foot unit is back on the market for $2.5 million. Here are the highlights of the stylish abode:

It's set in a converted industrial loft building (Loft 25) in the heart of Chelsea’s vibrant Gallery District


The stylish unit has 2 bedrooms, 2 full baths and 1 half bath, and an open-concept living area accented by a ventless Carrara marble fireplace.


It has an impressive gourmet kitchen fitted with upscale appliances (Miele, Sub-Zero, Wolf), and flowing Calacatta marble countertops.


Both bedrooms are generously sized, offering peaceful retreats with en-suite bathrooms.


Tall, 14-foot ceilings and oversized windows that flood the space with natural southern light add to the loft’s appeal


As does the charming outdoor space, where we find a secluded retreat equipped with a full-sized grill


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