The 25-foot-wide, bow-fronted townhouse at 66 Morton Street in the West Village just sold for $17 million, with the sale hitting public records today, after being listed for $13.9 million in October. The place has plenty going for it—according to the broker, it's the only bow-fronted house in the West Village, and it has served as a movie set for a number of notable films including Working Girl, The Night We Never Met, and Autumn in New York. It has also retained a lot of original details as it was built in 1852 and had only one owner from 1969 until now. It also has three exposures; overall, it's a great townhouse. Still, it's surprising when any place sells for 22 percent over the asking price, especially since with this one, the new owner, identified as Triple Y Properties LLC, is going to have to put even more money into renovating the house.