A husband-and-wife real estate team just sold their Greenwich Village townhouse for a record $37.2 million, four times what they paid just six years ago.
The sellers are Rebekah Caudwell, a British interior designer, and her husband Nicolas Dupart, a real estate developer, the Wall Street Journal reported. They bought the home at 37 West 10th Street for about $9.5 million in 2012, the report said.
Robert Dankner of Prime Manhattan represented the sellers of the renovated townhouse. The property was being shopped as a whisper listing and received multiple offers, the report said. Dankner told the Journal the buyer is a New York family who will use the home as a primary residence. The Corcoran Group’s Meris Blumstein represented the buyer.
The sale surpassed the previous record set in 2007 when a townhouse on the same street went for $34.53 million.
The 9,800-square-foot home spans five levels and has an attached carriage house. It also includes a home theater, an outdoor courtyard and a heating system that melts snow on the stoop. Caudwell and Dupart spent three years renovating the townhouse.