Duplex penthouse with dramatic outdoor terrace and shower on the market for $14.9M

Posted On Fri, October 14, 2016 By

Posted On Fri, October 14, 2016 By In Cool Listings, Interiors, Tribeca

This Tribeca penthouse, at 39-41 North Moore Street, has been waiting patiently for a buyer. It first hit the market in 2012 for $21.5 million. In 2014, the price was down to $14.995 million. Now it’s back, trying for $14.999 million. The sprawling apartment comes with 4,600 square feet of interior living space and 2,300 more square feet outside. The listing goes so far to call it “one of the city’s most dramatic terraces.” But when your terrace comes with an outdoor shower, outdoor kitchen, pergola and plenty of shaded seating areas, we’ll admit that it’s something to brag about.

39-41 North Moore Street, Tribeca, penthouse, douglas elliman

39-41 North Moore Street, Tribeca, penthouse, douglas elliman

The main floor of the apartment holds a great room, kitchen, media room and three bedrooms. Details in the massive great room include oversized arched windows, 11-foot ceilings, the building’s original columns and a modern fireplace. Although this is a historic building, the apartment has been renovated to feel quite modern and chic.

39-41 North Moore Street, Tribeca, penthouse, douglas elliman

That’s customized, rosewood cabinetry in the kitchen. This apartment even has a second kitchen, in the media room, that’s designed for entertaining. It comes with three subzero wine refrigerators.

39-41 North Moore Street, Tribeca, penthouse, douglas elliman

An open staircase, backed by exposed brick, is situated near the entry foyer.

39-41 North Moore Street, Tribeca, penthouse, douglas elliman

39-41 North Moore Street, Tribeca, penthouse, douglas elliman

With 4,600 square feet to work with, there’s plenty of space for extra rooms like an office and sitting room, both located upstairs.

39-41 North Moore Street, Tribeca, penthouse, douglas elliman

The master bedroom, which comes with lots of closet space and an ensuite bathroom, takes up most of the second floor.

39-41 North Moore Street, Tribeca, penthouse, douglas elliman

39-41 North Moore Street, Tribeca, penthouse, douglas elliman

It wouldn’t be a proper penthouse unit without the incredible rooftop terrace. This outdoor area essentially hugs the second floor of the apartment and offers enough space for different entertainment, relaxing, cooking and lounging areas. The outdoor shower tops off this impressive package. Now the only question is if someone will snatch it up for its newest price.

[Listing: 39-41 North Moore Street, #PHB by Andrew Azoulay for Douglas Elliman]

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