Inside Gerard Butler’s Chelsea pad

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At actor Gerard Butler’s Manhattan abode, you need only look up remember that his break-out role in “300” was based on classic Greek mythology — the ceiling fresco of the rape of Ganymede is there to remind you. In this month’s Architectural Digest, Butler swings wide his 13-foot doors in Chelsea, offering a behind-the-scenes look at his “bohemian old-world rustic chateau,” home, as describes it, “with a taste of baroque.” The two-story loft comes complete with limestone lions, crystal chandeliers and massive columns.