Mark Ronson’s Apartment Finally Under Contract

DJ Mark Ronson had one tough time selling his Greenwich Village apartment, which the London native originally listed a year ago for $1.995 million. Ronson finally has found a buyer as the unit on Washington Place has gone into contract, reports Curbed. Take a tour of the co-op pad where indications of Ronson's musical life as a DJ, musician and producer are visible in the listing photos--pay special attention to the living room's mantel.

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DJ Mark Ronson had one tough time selling his Greenwich Village apartment, which the London native originally listed a year ago for $1.995 million. <a href="http://ny.curbed.com/archives/2012/06/04/mark_ronson_finally_finds_a_buyer_for_village_apartment.php" target="_blank">Ronson finally has found a buyer as the unit on Washington Place has gone into contract, reports Curbed</a>. Take a tour of the co-op pad.
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A view of Ronson's living room where indications of his musical life as a DJ, musician and producer are visible in the listing photos--pay special attention to the mantel.
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Ronson's Greenwich Village apartment is only one of four units in the gorgeous 1840s townhouse. In addition to shelling out the asking price, the new owners are also slated to pay a $2,092 monthly maintenance fee.
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A view of one of two bedrooms in the spread. The charming home also includes one bathroom, 12-foot ceilings with original detailed molding, a wall of built-in closet space in the master suite, and a washer and dryer unit.
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The master suite opens to this private garden space, a very sought after amenity in the often cramped downtown Manhattan.
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