Three years ago, 419 Broome Street in New York City was a mob scene of mourning fans for the late Heath Ledger, who died of an accidental drug overdose. Now, Ledger's former SoHo rental in the 419-421 Broome Street building is part of a renovated luxury condominium of four full-floor apartments.
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Almost three years ago, 419 Broome Street in New York City was a mob scene of mourning fans for the late Heath Ledger, who died of an accidental drug overdose in the building. Now, Ledger's former SoHo rental in the building is part of a luxury condo conversion of four full-floor apartments. The two-bedroom, 7,634-square-foot triplex penthouse is on the market for $20 million (
View the listing), while the now renovated three-bedroom, 4,400-square-feet apartment where Ledger was found dead, is going for $5 million ( View the listing). According to The New York Times, Ledger rented it for about $25,000 a month, after his breakup with actress Michelle Williams. Have a look around the place?
The three-floor penthouse suite features exposed brick walls, original pre-war detail, and a wood-burning fireplace.
The 24-foot-high ceiling provides a spacious feel and ample natural light.
The penthouse has two kitchens.
The property has six private terraces, the largest terrace on the top floor offering panoramic views of the north, south and east.
The multi-leveled terrace has a hot tub, outdoor shower, chaise lounges and dining areas.
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virtual tour of the place.