It’s no secret that David Yurman has exquisite taste, just look at his carefully designed jewelry collections, and his eye for real estate is no exception. The high-end jeweler just listed his four-story West Village townhouse, which was once a movie set for Working Girl
, for $18.45 million.The jewelry mogul and his wife/business partner Sybil Yurman purchased the 1852-built charmer two years ago for $17 million, which was $3 million more than the asking price at the time. The real estate savvy pair has been picking up units at 481 Greenwich Street since 2004, according to The Real Deal
. In 2016, they bought their third unit in the building for a reported $9.98 million, which may be why they’re ready to unload their West Village gem.
The 5-bedroom, 5.5-bath home offers 5,834-square-feet above grade, 1,515-square-feet in the basement, and 1,130-square-feet of lush gardens. The listing also states that there is the ability to add 3,000-square-feet to the abode, which would officially make this dream home a dream mansion.
Floor-to-ceiling windows allow light to pour in throughout the house, creating an airy feeling amid grand original details.While the home is currently empty, an old listing with Corcoran
displays how the spread looked when Yurman purchased it. Paula De Nunzio of Brown Harris Stevens
has the listing now.