By Caroline Biggs

Published on June 26, 2016

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According to Variety, the top-floor triplex—that Moore bought in the 1990s with then-husband Bruce Willis—was originally listed for a whopping $75M.

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The custom cherry wood-clad living room oversized windows, glass doors, and sweeping views of Central Park.

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The double-height foyer features a mission-style stairway that leads to the second floor living quarters.

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An original rosette ceiling medallion rests in the formal dining room near the home’s wood-paneled media lounge, library, kitchen, and breakfast room.

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The 7,000 square foot spread also hosts six bedrooms, five-and- a-half bathrooms, staff quarters, and a private elevator.

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There’s even a 1,500 square foot terrace and wrap-around mezzanine—complete with its own sleeping loft, bathroom and

kitchenette—offering panoramic views of the park, river, and New York City skyline.