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Composer Gets $18M for Gutted Greenwich Village Townhouse

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Composer Jonathan Sheffer, founder of the Eos Orchestra in New York City and musical conductor on several films, has sold his Greenwich Village townhouse for $18.1 million, the Journal reports. Sheffer bought the house in 1993 and listed it last year for $19 million. The house is currently gutted with plans in place for a complete renovation, which will cost the buyers an additional $7 to $10 million. the house is nonetheless impressive—it was built in the 1830s and has three parlor rooms, each with high ceilings and wood-burning fireplaces.

· Composer Sells New York Townhouse for $18.1 Million [WSJ]
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