We can imagine errant children in this worth-every-bit-of-$9.995 million Tribeca duplex penthouse being sent, for punishment, to the room without a terrace. The listing for 41 Warren Street in Tribeca calls it “Parisian perfection” in reference to the authentic Parisian wrought-iron balconies that wrap the apartment’s many terraces; a hat tip to the Scandinavian countries is in order for the wood-paneled sauna. And 3,000 square-feet of chic, subtly luxurious interiors would be worthy of envy under any flag.
With a recent gut renovation by Turett Collaborative Architects, this gorgeous duplex has four bedrooms and more than 1,500 square feet of outdoor space divided into three expansive terraces and a landscaped roof deck with an outdoor shower.
Perched atop a 1910 Beaux-Arts building, this pretty penthouse begins with a private elevator and intimate entry foyer. A sprawling entertaining room has a wood burning fireplace for cozy winter nights. Arched windows fill the home with light and frame Hudson River and iconic Tribeca street views.
A sleek and fabulously functional kitchen features indestructible Corian countertops, custom Snaidero cabinetry, a Kallista sink with a Dornbracht faucet, a Sub-Zero refrigerator, a 34-inch wine fridge, a Gaggenau dishwasher, half a dozen ovens and a built-in coffee maker.
The master suite occupies the entire second floor and offers an endless study in subtle luxury and comfort with perks like a huge walk-in closet with terraces on both sides.
The master bath stuns with teak and limestone plus a separate sauna/steam room.
Additional baths get the considered-design-on-a-champagne-budget treatment as well.
Modern conveniences at this prime Tribeca condo include central air conditioning/heat, an Electrolux washer/dryer and basement storage.
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Images courtesy of Douglas Elliman.
Neighborhoods : Tribeca