Demi Moore’s Apartment From ‘Ghost’ Movie Still in the Market for $9.5M Now

The SoHo apartment featured in the iconic 1990 movie “Ghost,” starring Demi Moore and Patrick Swayze, is still on the market and has dropped its asking price to $9.5 million. According to Curbed, the three-bedroom loft, located at 102 Prince St. in New York City, was first listed in April with an asking price of $10.5 million.

The listing by Douglas Elliman Real Estate describes the apartment as an “architecturally significant” building in the heart of a prime real estate neighborhood. With 4,341 square feet, the loft features three bedrooms and three and one half bath. Oversized windows and high ceilings make it appear bigger, allowing natural light and air flow through the space. Since its appearance in the 1990 hit film, it has been fully renovated, incorporating a modern yet classical design.


The home is accessed by a key-lock elevator, which opens to a private landing. From there, double-doors open to a 44-foot-long hall that connects all the rooms. Walls are painted in white, with crown and baseboard moldings. The floors are made of red oak wood. Tall columns highlight the room’s height and add a classic touch to the space.

All three bedrooms are huge, each one having its own connecting bathroom. The master bedroom features an exposed brick wall, a nod to SoHo’s signature look. It has a custom-made dressing room with custom shelving and woodwork. The master bath features a double-sink vanity, a glass-enclosed steam shower, and a separate bathtub with Whirlpool jets.

The kitchen incorporates an open concept layout. It is decked with a Viking range, a Subzero refrigerator, a wine cooler, and custom-built granite countertops and wooden cabinets.

Other features include a separate room for an office, a media room, gym, and a separate laundry/utility closet. The apartment also comes with air conditioning and built-in sound system.

In the romantic movie, the apartment is the home of Demi Moore’s character, and provides the setting for the film’s famous pottery scene. In real life, for $9.5 million, it is a true New York real estate gem.


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