The NYC “Real World” House Hits Market For $22M

The home is divided into several units, including a triplex with a forty-foot atrium, a solarium and a roof garden, a floor-through apartment and studio, and commercial space with a "prohibition-style" speakeasy, reports Curbed.

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The home is divided into several units, including a triplex with a forty-foot atrium, a solarium and a roof garden, a floor-through apartment and studio, and commercial space with a "prohibition-style" speakeasy, reports Curbed.
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There's a central forty-foot atrium and a grand staircase and elevator that welcome you into the home.
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The home is full of "fantasy, romance, and imagination," says Curbed.
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The fireplace was hand-rubbed with coffee and mustard to give it an "aged-by-time" feel.
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A look into the roof garden through the two-story foyer.
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The home was a townhouse for the family of a sash-maker, a general store, a chorizo factory and an import/export business before being the location of the tenth season of MTV's "The Real World."
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A kitchen features exposed beam ceilings.
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Old floorboards have recently been cleaned and retreated.
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The space is divided into several units that include an atrium and the roof garden.
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The rooftop garden is unlike anything you see in New York City, or anywhere.
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