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.
While there isn’t much counter space without an island, the lines of the room are clean and stark.
Cozy Up to the Fireplace
The home has six fireplaces on the property, which harkens back to its original 1837 architecture.
The wide-plank floors are original to the home, giving the property lots of character throughout the space.
The West Village home has tons of natural light throughout the property, giving it a bright, sunny vibe.
Old and New
The classic details of the original home remain, while modern touches (like the metallic bathtub) give a wonderful blend of styles.
An Entertainer’s Space
The rooftop terrace is a showstopper with a fireplace, outdoor kitchen and dining area for those wonderful spring nights in New York Ciity.
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