Dominique Strauss-Kahn, center, is led from 71 Broadway in Manhattan’s financial district, where the former International Monetary Fund leader was staying following his release on bail Wednesday. (David Karp/AP)

Strauss-Kahn is currently out on $1 million bail and under house arrest at the four bedroom, $50,000 a month home, where he’ll wear an electronic braclet and will be watched by armed guards and cameras. Following his arrest on May 14, he spent a week in jail at Rikers Island and was then moved to a high-rise near Wall Street after posting bail, the Associated Press reports. He resigned as head of the IMF this month.

Watch a video tour, obtained by NBC New York, of the luxury townhome, listed for sale at $14 million, below:

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