Historic Cast Iron Penthouse In Tribeca
This palatial condominium penthouse offers 5,075 +/-SF of indoor and outdoor living. Enchanting in its architectural features and breathtaking in its light and views, this historic Duane Street Cast Iron Penthouse is in a class of its own. The private roof top terrace offers sweeping views of downtown's iconic landscape. The south view includes vistas of the Woolworth Building and One WTC. The rooftop's north view has a striking vantage point of 56 Leonard, Tribeca's newest landmark. The drama begins when the elevator opens into an expansive sky lit dining area with its eye-catching skylight. A gallery hallway from the dining area leads into a double-height great room. The great room features a wood-burning fireplace, arched windows, south-facing views and art opportunity walls. The centerpiece of the Great Room is its sweeping staircase that takes you to the 1525+/-SF of rooftop possibilities. If you are looking for outdoor living or have a passion for gardening, it is the perfect penthouse to bring your vision to life. A second hallway leads into the top-of-the-line high-end chef's kitchen with Sub-Zero refrigerator, 6-burner Viking range, granite counters and breakfast bar dining. Another interior staircase leads from the main level to the private quarters. The private quarters features three bedrooms, a media room or den and three designer baths. The south-facing main suite boasts a dressing room, a desk area and a sumptuous 5-fixture spa bath with Victoria and Albert soaking tub and Paccha by Popham tiles. The expansive and serene second sleeping quarters has an en-suite bath. There is a media room with a second wood-burning fireplace which opens into a home office or third bedroom. This flexible floor plan allows for the home office to be a nursery, the den to become a playroom and a separate guest suite. The third full bath has Ann Sachs tile and Poliform vanity. The private quarters also includes a full-size vented washer/dryer. Other features include two-zoned central air and heat and a half bath on the main level.
This 25' wide, 5-story Italianate loft building extends through the block from Duane to Thomas Street. Constructed in 1861 for dry goods merchant Felix Astoin. No. 129's building was constructed with an emphasis on verticality, light and openness and is a noteworthy example of a “sperm candle” façade characterized by double-height arcades. This historic Cast Iron Penthouse is located in a 7-unit boutique condominium on sought-after Duane Street. features include key-locked elevator entry, video intercom security and an 8X16 Basement Storage Unit included with sale.
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Building Features 5 Floors7 Units


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$5,250,000 / $1,478 per ft²

$500,000  -  54 days ago

Listed on Mar 19, 2020

218 Days on Market

3 Beds / 3.5 Baths / 3,550 ft²

Total Monthly expenses: $5,982

Maintenance: $1,949 / R.E. Taxes $4,033

Exclusively listed with: Sotheby's International Realty, Inc. Source: RLS

Mara Flash

212 431 2447



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