A landmarked Greek Revival townhouse in the West Village that late actor James Gandolfini and “The O.C.” star Mischa Barton have both (separately) called home is now on the market for $16.49 million.
Built in 1835 and once owned by Gilded Age tycoon Jay Gould, the 25-foot-wide residence, at 179 Sullivan St., is being sold by sculptor Leah Poller, who bought the building in 2005 and renovated its five units. (Gandolfini rented the second floor as his study while performing “God of Carnage” on Broadway in 2009.)
Its five bedrooms and six full bathrooms are spread over 9,300 square feet, with 2,300 square feet of private outdoor space.
The home’s architectural charms include an original curved staircase, arches, columns, cornices, a double-entry foyer and floor-to-ceiling windows, plus a 1,250-square-foot rooftop blank canvas.
A floor-through commercial space on the ground floor is currently occupied by a medical office.
Jessica Bryant, of Concrete Real Estate NYC, and Valerie Zingaro, of Ardent Property Group, have the co-listing.