Celeb designers sell West Village spread in $13.5M deal

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Celebrity interior designers and TV hosts Nate Berkus and husband Jeremiah Brent have sold their West Village townhouse in an off market deal for $13.5 million, Gimme Shelter has learned.

The gut-renovated townhouse, which has been featured in Architectural Digest, is at 66 Charles St.

The seller’s broker was Core Real Estate’s Emily Beare and the unidentified Westchester buyer’s broker was Oxford Property Group/Spire Group’s Kiran Mummidichetty.

Berkus and Brent, who have two small children, Poppy and Oskar, bought the 1899 townhouse in 2019 for $9.75 million, according to property records.

The 18-foot-wide townhouse is 3,400 square feet.

It sports four bedrooms and 4½ bedrooms, along with a backyard garden and rooftop.

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The Charles Street home is 3,400 square feet.

Architectural Digest featured the colorful home.

A side by side of the foyer and living room.
The foyer (left) and living room (right) are chock full of art.

A mix of old and new, it boasts an Italianite landmarked facade and an open, double-height parlor floor with a glass curtain wall.

There’s also a double-height white oak book case which had to be bolted to an exterior wall, along with a full-floor main bedroom, a wine cellar, a sweeping staircase and a roof garden.


A headshot of Nick Flatto.
From staging homes to staging plays, Corcoran’s Nick Flatto (above) does it all.
The Corcoran Group

Speaking of show business, Corcoran broker Nick Flatto is directing and producing a new off-Broadway musical, “Stranger Sings!,” which is a parody of the hit Netflix show, “Stranger Things,” and filled with ’80s pop culture references.

It launched at Feinstein’s/54 Below in 2018 and officially opens Aug. 11 at the Players Theatre in Greenwich Village until Sept. 5.

Music and lyrics by Jonathan Hogue.

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