NEW YORK (CBS 2) — CBS 2’s Emily Smith recently got a tour of a multi-million dollar SoHo home. The residence is an artist’s dream as one man turned the open loft into a modern masterpiece filled with works of art.

The home located at 114 Greene St., which was built in 1870, is one of SoHo’s premier cast iron beauties.

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An elevator to the 5th floor opens right into 8,500 square feet of luxury living space.

Henry Buhl said he wanted to apartment to be decorated in Renaissance style. He said that almost all of the art he has in the home was purchased in SoHo.

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“I wanted to be loyal to the local artists of SoHo,” Buhl said.

The first main room in the loft is an art gallery filled with pictures of artist’s hands.

Art sculpture of hands in the home. (credit: CBS 2)

Landmark windows fill the apartment with natural sunlight. The stone fireplace originated in France in 1490 and the material on the sofas came from England.

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Window fill the loft with natural light (credit: CBS 2)

For the full tour of the apartment, click below to the watch the video: