Chloe Sevigny's chic East Village apartment at 119 East 10th Street has hit the market for $1.7 million.

The actress showed off her lovely digs in a recent profile for New York Magazine, in which she hinted about possibly leaving the garden co-op for a high-rise because of the home's lack of light and strict property rules.

Sevigny said, "I’m looking. Maybe I won’t find the right thing and I’ll just stay here. Or maybe I’ll fall in love and get married and move somewhere else entirely. You never know!”

The tour revealed that some of the home's furnishing done by David Cafiero who also helped outfit the Beatrice Inn, owned by Chloe's brother Paul.

Now the home is up for grabs and is being advertised as such:

Upon entering this very special apartment through the gate, one is instantly transported to a retreat in the country...Continue through to the dining area complete with a wall of casement windows framing the view to the Old World, common garden behind and a Dutch door opening directly to this spectacularly private oasis.
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