Soho Loft Featured in ‘Ghost’ Hits the Market for $10.5 Million

Posted On Thu, April 2, 2015 By

Posted On Thu, April 2, 2015 By In Celebrities, Interiors

The incredible home that played host to Demi Moore and Patrick Swayze’s sexy crime thriller “Ghost” has just hit the market. The Post reports that the loft located at 102 Prince Street is asking a respectable $10.5 million for its 4,341 square feet, which comes with a private key-lock elevator, double entry doors, cast iron columns, incredible downtown views and much more.

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Sun-drenched is an understatement for this sprawling full-floor pad that boasts oversized windows and ceilings reaching more than 12 feet high. Luxuriously finished—and definitely way more polished than what’s depicted in the movie—this renovation includes a 44-foot gallery that runs through the core of the loft, connecting all of the rooms of the home, including three spacious bedrooms (all with en suite baths), a media room and a gym.

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Opening up to the dining room is a modern kitchen with custom-built cabinetry with Blue Pearl granite countertops and backsplash, a Viking range, Subzero refrigerator, and wine cooler.



The master bedroom comes with a private entry vestibule, custom shelves and woodwork, exposed brick and three large windows with views to the north. There are also two huge closets and a spa-like bathroom with a glass-enclosed steam shower, and separate soaking whirlpool tub.



And if 4,341 square feet proves to not be enough space, this loft also comes with 400 square feet of private storage in the basement.

[Listing: 102 Prince Street, 3 by Lauren Muss at Douglas Elliman]

[102 Prince Street at CityRealty]

[Via NYP]


Images courtesy of Douglas Elliman

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Neighborhoods : Soho



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