>Ever dreamed of living in an old maraschino cherry factory? Well, now is your chance! Architectural Digest is reporting that actor Robert De Niro has just listed his New York City penthouse—which occupies two floors of a building that dates back to 1920—for $25.5 million. The Greenwich Village property, with panoramic views of the Manhattan skyline and Hudson River, was originally a manufacturing facility for the classic cherries. However, it’s been extensively remodeled into a masterpiece of a contemporary home, with an open, two-story foyer featuring full-length windows that overlook an interior courtyard. The five-bedroom, four-and-a-half-bath, 11,000-square-foot home also has a large living room with a wood-burning fireplace, formal dining room, media room, eat-in kitchen, and library. The second floor houses a sprawling master bedroom suite with another fireplace, a steam room, and two walk-in closets with windows. There’s also a private garage with parking spots for seven cars and several landscaped terraces. Take a step inside De Niro’s sweet penthouse below.
>Watch Robert De Niro in one of his latest films, The Intern, where he plays Anne Hathaway’s intern at a tech startup.
>What do you think of the penthouse?