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‘No Country for Old Men' Producer Scott Rudin Lists Updated Townhouse in Manhattan for $26M

A townhouse in Greenwich Village measuring 19 feet in width and having 3,850 sq. ft. of interiors to its credit, the four-level property is tagged at $26 million.

The four-bedroom home has, according to listing information, just been renovated. Throughout the property, a bright white treatment is the rule, with wide-plank hardwood floors — not original to the pre-WW1 build, but reclaimed pine, and carrying a near facsimile of its historic spirit — standing out powerfully as a result. The staircase, a hardwood gem, is original to the property. The fireplaces are likely original as well; each features an individual design style.

The layout of the property places an exercise room in the basement; the four levels above ground begin with a forecourt and vestibule entrance giving way to a garden floor; the landscaped outdoor space in back is accessible through the kitchen, and measures 32 feet by 19. The parlor level also contains its own vestibule entrance, and is dedicated to a great room and library slash creative workspace. The upper two levels contain the accommodations, with the primary on the top floor; both upper levels feature terraces.

Other details at work in this property: plentiful built-in bookcases, newer light fixtures, Juliet balconies, and restored original window shutters.

Click here to view the full listing.


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