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A West Village townhouse that was once home to film star Will Smith is on the market for $12.5 million.
That’s quite a hit, considering the buyer paid $13.82 million for the stately manse at 13 Leroy St. in 2008. (One of the previous owners was tech entrepreneur Andrew Rasiej, the founder and CEO of non profit Civic Hall; founder of Personal Democracy Forum; former chair of the New York Tech Alliance and founder of the Irving Plaza concert venue.)
Smith reportedly paid $60,000 a month for five months in 2004 while working on a film.
The 25-foot wide residence features four bedrooms and five bathrooms. It also comes with a two car garage, an elevator and a floating staircase.
Other details include a chef’s kitchen with a pantry, and a living/dining room area under a skylight and exposed brick — all with 16-foot ceilings and under-floor radiant heating.
There’s also a Zen garden with a “winterized” koi pond underneath the living room wall that runs into the back garden.
The home comes with COVID-coveted features, like a pandemic-friendly home office and a main bedroom suite with a private roof garden.
Other fancy details include a 3,000-bottle, climate-controlled wine cellar and “state-of-the-art security.”
The listing broker is Adam Modlin of the Modlin Group.
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