David Koepp, famous screenwriter and director has put his Manhattan house on the market for $9,9 million. Single family residence features 5000 plus square feet of living space with five bedrooms and three full and one half bathroom, two fireplaces, an elevator that serves four of the five floors, a sky-lit laundry room on the top floor, and a multi-level garden. The Floor-plan of this stunning house, which is just a few doors off Central Park shows the ground floor with top-quality kitchen, a casual dining area, a roomy family room, a powder room, a large storage room, a small sitting area and a fireplace-equipped media room with built-in entertainment center and direct garden access. The second floor has two bedrooms and a dressing room, while the third floor consists of the other two bedrooms and a laundry room.
Koepp bought the meticulously maintained and updated 1870’s townhouse in January 1999 for $3,250,000. He lived there with his first wife artist and occasional actress Rosario Varela from whom he divorced in 2004. Her place was taken by Koepp’s second wife Melissa Thomas.
The man behind blockbuster Hollywood films such as Jurassic Park, Mission Impossible, Spider-Man and Panic Room is the fifth most successful screenwriter of all time in terms of domestic box office receipts with totals at just over $2 billion.