Townhouses

  • Steve Ells West Village Townhouse: Solarium

    Chipotle founder and apparent real estate maven Steve Ells sold his West Village townhouse last month for $11,400,000. It's a surprisingly low amount, considering the original asking price of $14.5…   Read the Blog

  • Steve Ells West Village Townhouse: Living Room

    Ells recently offloaded this impeccable modern townhouse, which includes five stories, four bedrooms, four baths and lots of sunlit common space.   See the Gallery

  • Steve Ells West Village Townhouse: Master Bath

    The master bath is as wide as the house, with double sinks and a panel of street-facing windows that allow plenty of natural light to flood the room.   See the Image

  • Steve Ells West Village Townhouse: Solarium

    Chipotle founder Steve Ells recently sold his five-story West Village townhouse to his renter. The home's penthouse solarium is flanked by two terraces.   See the Image

  • Steve Ells West Village Townhouse: Master Bedroom

    The master suite occupies the entire third floor, with wall-to-wall, floor-to-ceiling windows overlooking the backyard. It's adjoined to the en suite bathroom by a large walk-in closet.   See the Image

  • Steve Ells West Village Townhouse: Living Room

    Ells' 4,400-square-foot townhouse is 24 feet wide and five stories high. He bought the building from developer Adam Gordon in 2008 for $13,425,000. Gordon renovated the home, which he purchased in…   See the Image

  • Steve Ells West Village Townhouse: Front and Back Facade

    Ells' home sits on a quiet cobblestone street. The original brick facade of the Greek revival-style townhouse was restored in the mid-2000s. Meanwhile, the back facade was transformed into a wall of…   See the Image

  • Steve Ells West Village Townhouse: Entry

    The spacious entryway falls on the parlor floor. To the left is the library, while the cheery living room lies straight ahead.   See the Image

  • Steve Ells West Village Townhouse: Bar

    Though it's labeled as a "study" on the floor plan, we like the decision to turn this parlor-floor room — between the library and living room — into a bar.   See the Image

  • Lego Brownstone Building in New York City

    Warren Elsmore, based in Edinburgh, Scotland, recreates famous buildings and landmarks out of Lego parts. The former IT consultant, now a full-time Lego artist, uses special computer software to map…   See the Image