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Martin Scorsese’s Childhood School Will Soon Be an Enviable Manhattan Apartment

A five-level 1825 townhouse in Nolita is on the market for $25 million.

Stats 7 Bedrooms 7 Baths 3 Half Baths 8,069 sq. ft. $25 million

Once the home of St. Patrick’s Old Cathedral School and Convent, where Academy Award–winning director Martin Scorsese studied as a boy, this New York landmark has been transformed into a residential townhouse by Marvel Architects as part of the new Residences at Prince. The Federal-meets-Greek-Revival style residence, which still boasts its original 1825 façade, is set to be completed in fall 2016, in Nolita’s most historic section. Within its storied walls, the townhouse showcases five levels of living space with stunning details, such as high ceilings, five-inch-wide oak plank flooring, paneled doors, period-style moldings, and three fireplaces. An elevator provides easy access to each floor. With windows on three sides, the home boasts views of the cloistered cathedral and a private garden. Highlights include an exquisite parlor floor with a formal living room, dining room, and curved staircase. There’s a large open kitchen and casual dining room that leads to a bi-level garden with an outdoor kitchen. The master bedroom suite is located on its own floor with a private study and spalike bath, while a family room and playroom can be found on the top two floors.

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