The SoHo loft featured in everyone's favorite romantic fantasy thriller (is that really a genre?) is haunting the New York City real estate market, despite the best efforts of the people trying to sell it.
Curbed reported that the floor-through condo at 102 Prince St., once featured in the 1990 Patrick Swayze-Demi Moore flick "Ghost," was listed for sale six months ago, and has seen several price cuts since its original asking price of $10.5 million.
The three-bedroom apartment where Swayze and Moore managed to get weirdly romantic given Swayze was not alive is now down to $9.5 million.
The apartment is in an "architecturally significant" cast-iron building, according to the Douglas Elliman listing.
The elevator, locked with a key, opens into a private landing with double-entry doors that open onto a 44-foot-long "gallery" that connects all the various rooms of the apartment.
At 4,341 square feet, it spans the entire floor and is "sun-flooded," thanks to massive 5-by-10 windows. The ceilings soar more than 12 feet high, and the living room still features the building's original cast-iron pillars.
The master bedroom has exposed brick, three huge windows, a custom-made "dressing room," and a "private entry vestibule" with custom shelving and woodwork, the listing says.
Its attached bathroom also has three large windows, providing an unusual amount of natural light, given it's a bathroom.
The bathroom connected to the master bedroom has a double-sink vanity, a separate vanity for getting dressed, a glass-enclosed steam shower, and a separate soaking tub with Whirlpool jets.
All of the bedrooms have their own bathrooms.
The apartment includes a "media room" outfitted with custom-made, built-in entertainment unit, connected to a built-in sound system that runs throughout the loft.
The kitchen has a Viking stove and a SubZero refrigerator and wine cooler. The cabinets are custom-built for the apartment, and the countertops and backsplash behind the sink are made from Blue Pearl granite.