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Diane Kruger & Norman Reedus Say Goodbye to $12.5 Million Monochromatic West Village Townhouse

Diane Kruger and Norman Reedus are lightening their real estate portfolio yet again. Last year, the couple sold off their $8.9 million Hollywood Hills castle property, and now, it’s time to say goodbye to their West Village townhouse. The duo put it up for sale at just under $13 million earlier this year, but a softening real estate market has a new listing price of $12.5 million.

The property is newly renovated and perfect for the owner who wants a monochromatic vibe in their home. With 3,850 square feet, including four bedrooms and three-and-a-half bathrooms in a coveted New York City neighborhood, the fresh price should entice a few buyers. The residence has fabulous amenities for Manhattan, including a laundry room in the basement, tons of storage space, and state-of-art technology that feeds into the home security and sound system.

The big selling point of the townhome is the 1,000 square-foot outdoor space that is fully landscaped and ready for a summer party. The private rooftop has a fireplace for chilly nights and a barbecue for grilling up some tasty treats. The 1837-built townhome offers the charm of an old-world residence with the modern touches needed to keep up in today’s competitive market. Don’t miss their stunning office space with original flooring — and be sure to check out more photos of the outdoor terrace on Dirt.

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