This “Lost” actor is looking to lose his Chelsea ground-floor duplex and look for something fresh.
Harold Perrineau, best known for his roles in “Lost,” “The Matrix,” and Baz Luhrmann’s “Romeo + Juliet“, and his wife Brittany just put their two bedroom home at 149 W. 22nd St. on the market for $1.99 million, Gimme has learned.
The 2,632-square-foot, gut-renovated, industrial-chic co-op is currently set up as a live/work pad. It features whitewashed exposed brick walls, wide-plank oak floors, exposed ducts and pipes, a vented laundry room and custom light fixtures.
The upper level has 13-foot ceilings, a large gallery that works for showcasing art, a large living room and a kitchen. The lower level has 9-foot ceilings. It’s currently an open space that can be purposed for living/lounge/office or sleeping space and comes with built in storage and a second bathroom with double sinks.
Building amenities include a landscaped roof deck, a key-locked elevator and private storage. The home was staged by Cathy Hobbs, of WPIX-TV’s “Design Recipes,” and was on season six of HGTV’s “Design Star.”
The listing brokers are Jordan Hurt and Krista Nickols of Serhant.