A Real-Life 'Wolf of Wall Street' Luxury Condo Is Up For Grabs

It can be yours for just under $25 million.
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A high-living Manhattan entrepreneur who inspired a character in The Wolf of Wall Street has once again slashed the price for his lavish 6,500-square-foot townhouse.

Alan Wilzig—who introduced penny stock scammer Jordan Belfort to his second wife Nadine, played by Margot Robbie in the movie—chopped the price of his Tribeca pad from $38.5 million to $24.885 million. The opulent man cave was initially listed at $44 million in 2014.

The 6,500-square-foot condo boasts a 2,200-square-foot roof deck, backyard, three bedrooms, and an attached garage where Wilzig keeps his impressive motorcycle collection. 

While you're mulling whether or not to write a big, fat check for this place, feast your eyes on what it looks like inside:

Wilzig's 6,500-square-foot NYC pad (Lambo not included). Photo via BusinessInsider.com. 

Wilzig's 6,500-square-foot NYC pad (Lambo not included). Photo via BusinessInsider.com. 

The garage where Wilzig currently stores his motorcycle memorabilia. Photo via BusinessInsider.com.

The garage where Wilzig currently stores his motorcycle memorabilia. Photo via BusinessInsider.com.

Kitchen and bar finished in wood and stone. Photo via BusinessInsider.com.

Kitchen and bar finished in wood and stone. Photo via BusinessInsider.com.

Say hello to the master bedroom. Photo via BusinessInsider.com.

Say hello to the master bedroom. Photo via BusinessInsider.com.

Kick back in the tastefully-appointed media room.  Photo via BusinessInsider.com.

Kick back in the tastefully-appointed media room.  Photo via BusinessInsider.com.

This living room was previously home to a neon pink aquarium, which has sadly since been moved. Photo via BusinessInsider.com.

This living room was previously home to a neon pink aquarium, which has sadly since been moved. Photo via BusinessInsider.com.

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