Have you ever been watching a big Hollywood action blockbuster and thought to yourself, who writes these things, and does he have an Upper West Side townhouse? The answers are David Koepp and yes. Koepp, "the fifth most successful screenwriter of all time in terms of domestic box office receipts," who wrote the screenplays for Jurassic Park; Carlito's Way; Misson: Impossible; Spider-Man; and many others, has listed his 19th century single-family townhouse on West 83rd street for $9.9 million. He and his first wife paid $3.25 million for the 5BR/3.5BA elevator four-story in 1999, according to the Real Estalker, who first spotted the listing. The interiors were designed by Fawn Galli.
· Listing: 10 West 83rd Street [Elliman]