‘The Real World’ Season 1’s New York loft listed for $7.5M

This is what happens when people stop being polite and start getting real … estate.

A sprawling Soho co-op at 565 Broadway — which most famously served as “The Real World” loft during the MTV reality show’s inaugural season in 1992 — has listed for $7.5 million, according to Curbed NY.

Seven strangers — Becky, Andre, Heather, Julie, Norman, Eric and Kevin — had their lives filmed in this 6,500-square-foot space, which is a combination of two units.

The listing hit the market on May 21, exactly 27 years after the first episode premiered, Apartment Therapy reports. (And on June 13, reboots of “The Real World” set in Atlanta, Mexico and Thailand will premiere on Facebook Watch.) The loft then became available on StreetEasy on Monday.

Gen-X and millennial fans of the show may recognize the loft’s iconic columns. However, a spiral staircase that used to connect the main floor to the mezzanine is no longer there.

That’s because after the series, loft owners artist Edwina Sandys — who is Winston Churchill’s granddaughter — and her now-late husband Richard Kaplan, renovated the unit.

As The Post reported in 2013, Kaplan — who was an architect — exposed the barrel-vaulted brick ceilings, which reach 18 feet in height.

The couple bought the pad for just $950,000 in 1995.

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Today, the full-floor spread has five bedrooms, a 2,500-square-foot great room, an art gallery and an open kitchen.

The property was previously listed for $9.95 million in 2015, StreetEasy shows, but was taken off the market later that year.

Gabrielle Frank, of Stephen P. Wald Real Estate Associates, is marketing the home.

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