Actors Diane Kruger and Norman Reedus have found themselves a new places to call home in the West Village. The Wall Street Journal reports that the couple have purchased a four-story home, dating back to the 1800s, for $11.75 million.
The purchase was made through an off-market deal and was shielded by an LLC named “EYEINTHEDARK,” though the WSJ has noted that the name matches that of Reedus’s pet cat. Intel from a previous listing noted that the Federal-style home spans around 3,800 square feet. The couple closed on the purchase in late July.
Back in 2013, Reedus purchased a penthouse with an astro-turfed 669-square-foot terrace in Little Italy for $3.8 million. As for Kruger, she’s no stranger to Lower Manhattan either. The Inglorious Basterds star had a two-bedroom Tribeca loft that she called home before parting with it in March for $4.7 million and before that, there was an East Village co-op that she lived in and eventually sold for $1.12 million.
- Diane Kruger and Norman Reedus Buy Manhattan Townhouse [Wall Street Journal]