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Bradley Cooper snags Greenwich Village townhouse for $13.5M

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The sale closed quietly this past May

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Bradley Cooper, the writer, director, and star of the newly-released A Star is Born, reportedly put down $13.5 million to purchase a charming, red-brick townhouse in Greenwich Village, earlier this year, the Wall Street Journal reports.

Sources informed the WSJ that the sale reportedly closed in May. The property was registered under “the Cool Trust,” and the listing itself never actually went public, so the sale has remained under wraps until now. The sale was brokered by Justin S. Parks of ScottParks International Realty.

From what we do know about the West 10th Street house, it has six bedrooms and four and a half bathrooms spread out over 4,000 square feet of space. In addition, the property has 1,100 square feet of outdoor space, most notably a private garden at the rear of the house that can be accessed through a set of French doors.

Aside from that, the house has a wine cellar that fits 1,000 bottles; a full floor master suite with a gas-burning fireplace—the master bath in it has a cast iron soaking tub and a large skylight; temperature controlled heating and cooling zones throughout the house; and wide plank barn wood flooring.

Cooper’s A Star is Born, which opened to rave reviews on Friday, and co-stars Lady Gaga in her first leading film role, is also set to be one of the highest-grossing movies at the box office this weekend. Prior to purchasing the West Village townhouse, the Oscar-nominated actor was reportedly living with his partner, model Irina Shayk, in her apartment, in the same neighborhood.