Chelsea, Manhattan So if you Woke up and it was a Chelsea morning, and the first thing that you heard Was a song outside your window, and the traffic wrote the words it might look something like this. West 21st street looking east from 10 avenue, Chelsea, morning. 04/24/13 Many of the Greek Revival, Italianate and Georgian style houses date from the 1840s.
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Chelsea takes its name from the estate and Georgian-style house of retired British Major Thomas Clarke, who obtained the property when he bought the farm of Jacob Somerindyck on August 16, 1750. The land was bounded by what would become 21st and 24th Streets, from the Hudson River to Eighth Avenue. Clarke chose the name "Chelsea" after the manor of Chelsea, London, home to Sir Thomas More.