Hollywood conductor sells Greenwich Village townhome

on West 10th Street
Jonathan Sheffer and his former home on West 10th Street

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.