Baz Luhrmann and Catherine Martin Re-List Gilded Age Manhattan Town House for $15.9 million

The 1850s-build sits directly across from the park. A balcony runs along the width of the second floor. High-ceilinged rooms receive ample natural light from large windows, and arched doorways can be found throughout. An elevator and whimsically winding staircase connect the floors. Original moldings, along with five fireplaces, are featured throughout the home.

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The primary suite is located to the rear of the parlor level and comes with an ensuite bathroom, a walk-in closet, and a private terrace. Prior to Luhrmann and Martin’s ownership, Clifford Jordan, a renowned jazz tenor saxophonist, lived on the fourth floor for decades. That area is still a standalone suite set up with a living room, bar, gym, bedroom, and bathroom.

The home’s primary suite.

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The kitchen reflects a bit of the glamorously dramatic movie sets the couple is known for, with white subway tiles and a marble island that complements dark wooden cabinetry. The kitchen leads directly to a backyard with ivy-clad brick walls.

The Great Gatsby and Moulin Rouge producers may be back in Australia for the foreseeable future. Speaking to The Daily Mail in September, the couple said, “We shot Elvis entirely on the Gold Coast in Queensland and will continue to develop shows to be shot there.”

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