The kid of the “Menovnika” star flies in the casino, but she doesn’t go far.
Actor and film producer John Leguizamo’s daughter, Allegra Leguizamo, is moving out of her parents’ apartment and down the block.
According to city property records, the 23-year-old actress bought a co-op apartment just a few houses down from her family’s West Ninth Street townhouse this month. Allegra’s father, 62, and mother, Justine Maurer, are listed alongside her in documents about the $1.66 million transaction.
The two-bedroom Village unit is located in a 36-unit pre-war building and features modern amenities and original accents. The north-facing sitting room has a wood-burning fireplace, polished oak floors with walnut inlays and built-in bookcases. The primary bedroom has two built-in wardrobes, a window seat – and a newly added en-suite toilet and hand-painted vanity. The white-tiled master bath has a window and tub that have been updated but “could benefit from a little TLC,” the previous listing says.
The terracotta-floored kitchen is narrow but full of wall-to-wall high-end appliances, including a Wolf range, Fisher Paikel fridge, Bosch dishwasher and Kobe range hood. The second bedroom is set off in the center of the unit and can be entered from the hall or hallway before the primary bedroom.
The Manhattan building has a uniformed doorman, supervisor and shareholder garden. “Pied-a-terres, joint purchases and giveaways are reviewed on a case-by-case basis,” said the list — maintained by Fern Budow of the Corcoran.
Meanwhile, just a few feet away, the elder Leguizamos have called their historic 3,000-plus-square-foot brownstone home since 2008, when they bought it for $5.75 million. The four-story building was completed in 1854 and was built in the Anglo-Italian style.
A native New Yorker, Allegra grew up in that house and has since racked up various TV credits and voice roles in the Ice Age movies alongside her father.
Leguizamo did not immediately return The Post’s request for comment. Budov had no comment.