Gwyneth Paltrow’s pristine, all-white Tribeca penthouse has officially sold. City records reveal that the home Paltrow previously shared with former husband Chris Martin has closed for $10.727 million (h/t Observer). The 3,892-square-foot spread at 416 Washington Street has been on the market since March 2016, listed about a year after the “conscious uncoupling” of the flaxen-haired duo. Although the penthouse saw some price chops from its original price tag of $14.25 million, it did sell above its last ask of $9.995 million—and well above the $5.1 million it was purchased for back in 2007.
The fuzzy nap zone-laden home is the design of NYC interiors firm Roman & Williams, which outfitted every inch of the space in “light delicate whites, [the] palest lavenders, grays, silvers, [and] embroidery details”—essentially a “pale, dreamy cloud” by Paltrow’s account.
More tangible features in the apartment include 11-foot ceilings, large arched windows, a marble glass fireplace, a grand entry gallery, ample built-in wall storage, and French doors that lead out to a private 500-square-foot terrace.
There is also a sofa swing built from an antique Indian door that hangs in the living room, but no word on whether that—or the rest of it for that matter—will remain when the new owners (known only as “BREVAN LLDS LLC”) move in.
[Listing: 416 Washington Street, PHD by Jay Glazer of Compass]
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Neighborhoods : Tribeca