Hedgie John de Neufville, 36, managing director of G2 Investment Group is selling a house made from 7 apartments for $20 Million
John de Neufville, managing director of G2 Investment Group, says he bought the building in 2002 for $2 million. He started with renovations in 2003, tackling one apartment in the building for his own use. The last tenant in the building moved out in 2006 and he decided to turn the house into a single-family home in 2009.
“When I first sat down with Jack Beyer back in 2003, I didn’t know it would take this many years to complete,” says John de Neufville. “The last couple of years I spent finishing it were well worth all the time and energy.”
The house, composed of two triplexes, is a short walk from the High Line and the trendy shops and galleries that line Gansevoort Street.
John de Neufville, 36, managing director of G2 Investment Group is selling a house made from 7 apartments for $20 Million.
In 2002, 81 Horatio St. was an unassuming, seven-apartment building just south of the Meatpacking District. Now, after an extensive renovation, the town house has been transformed into a single-family home with a view of the High Line elevated park and a $20 million price tag.
The town house boasts all the conveniences someone might imagine—or dream—of, from a hot tub on the roof to the basement that is set up as a screening and wine-tasting room. The building’s five floors above the basement contain six bedrooms, five full baths, two partial baths, two kitchens and six working fireplaces.