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Tony award winner Kathleen Chalfant sells West Village townhouse

Three-story red brick pad goes for $20M

May 23, 2014 03:10PM

From left: Kathleen Chalfant, 282 West 4th Street and Stribling's Pamela D'Arc

From left: Kathleen Chalfant, 282 West 4th Street and Stribling’s Pamela D’Arc

“Angels in America” star Kathleen Chalfant unloaded her West Village townhouse for $20 million.

The three-story red brick building at 282 West 4th Street, which was owned by Chalfant along with her graffiti and hip hop-documenting photographer husband Henry Chalfant. Stribling & Associates’ Pamela D’Arc was the listing broker on the deal.

The Chalfants purchased the property in 1994, according to city records, though the price at the time is not clear.

A spokesperson for Stribling declined to disclose the buyer’s identity. [NYDN]Julie Strickland

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