Composer Jonathan Sheffer is moving his piano out of the 5,200-square-foot Greenwich Village townhouse he called home. The conductor on such films as “Titus,” “Batman Forever” and “Interview with the Vampire” has sold the townhouse for $18.1 million.
The historic Greek-Revival home, located on West 10th Street, was completely gutted and comes with plans for a penthouse expansion and new basement that will bring the total size to 7,500 square feet, according to the Walls Street Journal.
The unnamed buyers are reportedly planning to spend another $7 million to $10 million on the project. We like the sound of that.