Restaurateur Keith McNally sells Greenwich Village townhouse for $10M

The home on West 11th Street was first listed for $13.95 million

TRD New York /
Mar.March 15, 2018 05:20 PM

Keith McNally and 105 West 11th Street (Credit: Compass and Getty Images)

Keith McNally, the British restaurateur behind Augustine, Cherche Midi, Minetta’s Tavern and a slew of other posh eateries, has sold his Greenwich Village home for $10.3 million.

The property, located at 105 West 11th Street, is a five-bedroom, Greek Revival-style townhouse built in 1842.

McNally bought the home in 2000. Over the past few years, he has been actively trying to offload the property. He first listed the home as a rental with an asking price of $25,000 per month. That price was later chopped to $19,000. When there were no takers, he put the home up for sale for $13.95 million.

The 4,600-square-foot home contains two fireplaces on the parlor floor, a rear garden and a kitchen with a fireplace that can be transformed into an oven.

The buyer, 105 West 11th LLC, was represented by lawyer Alison Hirsch.

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