Well, when it rains, it pours. After yesterday's exclusive post about "24" actor Kiefer Sutherland unloading his loft and recording studio in Los Angeles' Silver Lake area for $3,000,000, we now have learned that Sutherland quietly sold a two-bedroom condominium unit in Manhattan's Greenwich Village neighborhood -- in a building dating to 1874! -- just a few months ago, for $3,500,000.
In a Big Time Listings exclusive, we can report on Kiefer's sale of the unit at 134 W. 10th Street in Greenwich Village. And Sutherland actually made a profit on the unit (not the easiest thing to do in this housing market!), having purchased it through his Dave T. Doglas Trust (and yes, it's spelled Doglas and not Douglas) in 2006 for $3,150,000 according to public records.
Records show that Sutherland went to contract to sell the unit on June 10, with the deal closing on August 3, according to public records. The transaction was not recorded with New York City officials, however, until September 23. The buyer, a real estate owner-developer, is not a celebrity.
The unit that Sutherland sold is in the Jefferson Court Condominium complex, and the building in that complex that Kiefer's unit was in was built in 1874 (the other building in the Jefferson Court complex is at 11 Christopher Street). The 1,540-square-foot full-floor unit has two baths, a balcony, a terrace, a private roof, and a kitchen with custom-designed cherry Italian cabinetry, Viking appliances, and basaltina stone countertops, according to listing information. Other features include a light-filled master suite with a large windowed bath with a whirlpool tub, according to listing information. The unit also has travertine marble and glass tile in both baths, four-inch white oak flooring, a Miele washer/dryer and central air conditioning, according to listing information.
We previously have reported many times (and were the first ever to report) on Sutherland having paid $8,250,000 last summer for a town home in the Village.