Two terraces and a grassy rooftop oasis make this $7.85M Tribeca penthouse a dream

Posted On Thu, April 9, 2020 By

Posted On Thu, April 9, 2020 By In Cool Listings, Tribeca

Photos by Travis Mark for The Corcoran Group

The outdoor space at this Tribeca penthouse would be enviable at any time, but during New York State on PAUSE it’s truly a dream. Located at 49 Murray Street, there are two large terraces, as well as a huge, grassy rooftop with a full outdoor kitchen and incredible lower Manhattan views. The interior is just as incredible; it’s spread over three floors and has five bedrooms, a floating steel-and-glass staircase, and sleek, contemporary finishings. It’s currently listed for $7,850,000 or as a $30,000/month rental.

Enter the 4,600-square-foot home through a key-lock elevator. This opens to the sky-lit sitting room, which has a super-sleek gas fireplace and double-height windows. There’s a coat closet and a powder room here, too. Throughout are light oak wide-plank floors, 11+ feet ceilings, and oversized windows.

From there, you’ll find the open kitchen, which is kept clean and crisp with white lacquer cabinetry, white-and-gray marble countertops, and stainless steel built-in appliances. There’s a five-seat breakfast bar, two dishwashers, two refrigerators, and a 150-bottle wine fridge.

Off the kitchen is the big and bright great room that is completely lined with closet space.

At the other end of this floor are two bedrooms and a full bathroom.

The lower level has two more bathrooms, a laundry room with double washers/dryers, a playroom full of storage space, a small “maid’s room,” and a home theater.

The top floor is devoted to the master suite. Off the bedroom is the first terrace. There’s a huge walk-in closet, another gas fireplace, and a white onyx-clad en-suite bathroom with double vanities and both a tub and shower. There is also a small den/office on this level and a second terrace.

The fully irrigated roof, pictured above, is just incredible. It’s outfitted with decking and a turf lawn and boasts a pergola-topped dining area, and an outdoor kitchen with a Viking grill and refrigerator.

The building was constructed in 1858 and sits within the Tribeca Historic District.

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[At CityRealty]

[Listing: 49 Murray Street, PH by Danny Davis, Lisa Resnick, and Lisa Balbuena of The Corcoran Group]

Photos by Travis Mark for The Corcoran Group

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Neighborhoods : Tribeca

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