Just in time for the Ghostbusters reboot, a condo with views of the famous firehouse where the original ghost-busting crew had their offices has come on the market. This four-bedroom at 11 North Moore Street in TriBeCa overlooks Ladder Eight, whose exterior was featured prominently in the 1984 film. The loft apartment is interesting in its own right, with a layout designed by a prestigious architectural firm, featuring massive windows and luxe details. And the price shows it: The condo is listed for $9.5 million by CORE.
Light won't be a problem: The living area is illuminated via eight floor-to-ceiling windows facing south and west, offering views not only of the firehouse but also the Freedom Tower and the Hudson River; we bet the sunsets look fantastic from here. The open kitchen benefits from multiple exposures as well, and is equipped with upscale appliances, including what looks like a massive fridge and a large pantry.
Off the living room is a library that could double as a bedroom. On the other side of the apartment is the master suite, which includes a walk-in closet, a separate dressing room, and an impressive bathroom outfitted with marble tile, a walk-in shower, soaking tub, and double vanity. The remaining two bedrooms, across the hallway, each come with their own spacious closets and baths, and a fourth bathroom can be found in the living room.