Meryl Streep is unloading her luxe Manhattan apartment.
Situated in a stately Tribeca building designed by Tsao & McKown, the 4,000-square-foot penthouse is surrounded on three sides by a 10-foot-wide terrace overlooking New York Harbor. The state-of-the-art kitchen has a double-wide Sub-Zero refrigerator, two Miele ovens and a six-burner cooktop, Bosch dishwasher, and a dark-stained butcher block island. The windows are triple-glazed for maximum privacy.
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Streep and her husband, artist Donald Gummer, bought the chic condo for $10.3 million when the building first opened in 2004. In addition to the complex’s 24-hour doorman and concierge service, the place comes equipped with a keyed elevator that opens directly into the unit. The aerie contains four bedrooms and four and a half baths, and the master suite includes a sitting room and a palatial closet that even Miranda Priestly would approve of.
The lavish residence is listed for $24.6 million by Jan Hashey and Steve Halprin of Douglas Elliman.
The living room in the sprawling penthouse. Photo: Douglas Elliman
Streep decorated the apartment with tons of art. Photo: Douglas Elliman
The living room has a wood-burning fireplace. Photo: Douglas Elliman
A wraparound terrace is accessible through most rooms in the apartment. Photo: Douglas Elliman
The kitchen features top-of-the-line appliances from Miele, Sub-Zero, and Bosch. Photo: Douglas Elliman
The master suite has amazing views of the Hudson River. Photo: Douglas Elliman
Each bedroom has an en suite bath. Photo: Douglas Elliman
One of the apartment’s four bedrooms. Photo: Douglas Elliman
The third bedroom has a prime spot on the river. Photo: Douglas Elliman
The jaw-dropping closet off the master bedroom. Photo: Douglas Elliman
A cozy spot on the terrace. Photo: Douglas Elliman
The apartment has a stunning view of the World Trade Center. Photo: Douglas Elliman
Cover: Meryl Streep attends the 70th BAFTA ceremony at the Royal Albert Hall in London.
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