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A Greenwich Village duplex has hit the market for the first time in 25 years!

(NEW YORK, NY) — A maisonette in Greenwich Village has just hit the market for $3.75 million, located at 114 E. 13th Street this home is unique for its link to celebrities and it’s distinctive features. The duplex is found in the American Felt Building, formerly known as the location where Steinway once made its piano parts. 

The 3,200 sq foot space is currently set up as a massive workspace with soaring 14’+ ceilings and oversized windows. This loft can be reconfigured into 4+ bedroom and 3+ baths and contains 3 private outdoor spaces, offering limitless possibilities. Both floors contain an enormous living space that allows for an abundance of natural lighting. 

Located on the upper level you’ll find an open kitchen leading into expansive living space with access to Juliette balcony and a large private patio. The lower level includes access to two separate garden areas from the living space which contains a unique exposed brick wall. Both floors allow for a variety of transformations to include more bedrooms, bathrooms, office space, and more. 

It was once home to the Phillip and Edith Leonian Foundation, Phillip was known as a famous photographic documentarian. Phillip was most famous for capturing images of boxing legend Muhammed Ali. The building also includes a condo recently owned by Tom Cruise. 

The duplex is listed through Compass with real estate agent Shii Ann Huang, Huang has been a member of the Multi-Million Dollar Club and repeatedly ranked in the top 1% of 45,000+ NRT agents nationally for over a decade. She is also the first Asian American reality star in CBS’s hit series “Survivor: Thailand” and “Survivor: All-Stars.”


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