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West Village Townhouse With Cinematic Past Wants $14M

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A 25 foot wide, bowed-front West Village townhouse with a cinematic past is for sale for $13.9 million. The building at 66 Morton Street has played home to the likes of Harrison Ford in "Working Girl," Matthew Broderick in "The Night We Never Met," and Winona Ryder in "Autumn in New York," says NYDN. The home, which has been in the same ownership since 1969, is now in need of an "extensive renovation." It was built in 1852 for the Trustees of Trinity Church, and maintains some of its lovely original details like molding, parlor pocket doors, and nine fireplaces. The home also has three exposures and a 40-foot-deep backyard.

· Listing: 66 Morton Street [Corcoran]
· West Village pad with star-studded past wants $13M [NYDN]
· On the Market archives [Curbed]