Julianne Moore's NYC Townhouse for Sale

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Julianne Moore's memorable performances have garnered her respect as one of Hollywood's most sought-after actresses. And it turns out Moore is no slouch in the interior design department either, judging by interior photos of her West Village townhouse, which is currently on the market for $12.5 million.

Listing agent Debbie Korb of Sotheby's International told AOL Real Estate that the house, built in the 1800s, was a labor of love for the Boogie Nights and Short Cuts star, who in 2005 undertook the massive renovation with the help of brother-in-law Oliver Freundlich from the Brooklyn-based architecture firm Made. Freundlich, a graduate of Yale architecture school, helped his famous sister-in-law achieve the look and feel she desired. It was very easy for her to work with her brother-in-law, and Korb says, "They certainly made beautiful music together."

What they accomplished, Korb says, is nothing short of brilliant since "Julianne has an amazing sensibility and although the house was gutted, the original moldings and floors were maintained yet it has central A/C and 20th century furnishings hand-picked by her and a very modern bathroom at the front of the house. It's the best of old and new. There is nothing shabby about it and it's maintained it's integrity."


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