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Jewelry designer David Yurman's exquisite West Village townhouse hits the market

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Yurman paid $3M more than the asking price when he purchased it in 2015

What the townhouse looked like before it sold to David Yurman
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Jewelry designer David Yurman wants to sell his West Village townhouse, just two years after he shelled out $17 million on the four-story home, The Real Deal reports. The 165-year-old townhouse, which features five bedrooms and five-and-a-half bathrooms is now on the market for $18.45 million.

In 2015, Yurman paid $3 million more than the asking price to scoop up the townhouse, which has served as a movie set for several films over the years including Working Girl and Autumn in New York.

The townhouse measures nearly 6,000 square feet and comes with an additional 1,130 square feet in the form of a spacious, 40-foot garden on the first floor of the townhouse. Some of the other standout features of this house include the soaring ceilings, which on the top floor stretch to over 14 feet; and the floor-to-ceiling windows on the parlor level, which fill the floor with light from three different sides.

What the house looks like right now.
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