Practice your putting at this $3.65M Tribeca penthouse, featuring three outdoor spaces

Posted On Mon, December 16, 2019 By

Posted On Mon, December 16, 2019 By In Cool Listings, Tribeca

Listing images by DDreps; courtesy of Compass

This duplex at 73 Worth Street in Tribeca comes with three terraces, one of which has been converted into a private putting green. Despite boasting a true rarity, the unit has a history of being competitively priced in one of Manhattan’s most expensive neighborhoods: It last sold in 2010 for $2.475 million and is now seeking $3.650 million, making it the only four-bedroom with outdoor space currently available in Tribeca under $5 million.

73 Worth Street, Worth building, Tribeca, condos, penthouses, cool listings

73 Worth Street, Worth building, Tribeca, condos, penthouses, cool listings

73 Worth Street, Worth building, Tribeca, condos, penthouses, cool listings

Accessed via a keyed elevator, the first floor features an open layout living area with Brazilian cherry hardwood floors and Donghia grasscloth wall coverings throughout. Conservatory-style windows fill the space with light and connect to the first of three terraces—a paved, fenced retreat that extends the living room outdoors and offers a perfect spot for outdoor dining.

73 Worth Street, Worth building, Tribeca, condos, penthouses, cool listings

73 Worth Street, Worth building, Tribeca, condos, penthouses, cool listings

Two adjoining bedrooms on this floor open onto the putting green, which also has a basketball hoop if that’s more your speed. The bedrooms are small but appear to have built-in Murphy beds with additional storage and space-saving potential.

73 Worth Street, Worth building, Tribeca, condos, penthouses, cool listings

73 Worth Street, Worth building, Tribeca, condos, penthouses, cool listings

73 Worth Street, Worth building, Tribeca, condos, penthouses, cool listings

73 Worth Street, Worth building, Tribeca, condos, penthouses, cool listings

The master suite—complete with a limestone-clad windowed bathroom and a private terrace—is upstairs, along with a fourth bedroom or study.

Though located atop a group of historic cast-iron loft buildings built around 1865, the unit itself is a much more recent construction. According to CityRealty, the penthouse level was added when the buildings were converted into condos in 2002.

The unit has its own washer and dryer in a closet on the first floor, central air conditioning throughout, and additional storage available in the basement.

[Listing: 73 Worth Street, Unit PHE by Jon Capobianco and Quinn Ferree of Compass]

[At CityRealty]

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Listing images by DDreps; courtesy of Compass

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