408 Greenwich Street duplex penthouse in Tribeca’s Northern History District hit the market for $19 million with Deborah DeMaria and Diane Sutherland of Douglas Elliman. This Steven Harris Architect-designed residence features 4 bedrooms and three and a half bathrooms and offers 4,222 square feet of interior space and an additional 1,500 square feet of outdoor space as well as media room off the roof terrace.
There is an elegant entry gallery behind the Jean Prouve’ inspired entry doors of bronze and glass. Materials in the foyer gallery and living areas include Cerused Oak walls, Corian walls and 8″ wide Siberian Oak radiant heated floor.
The expansive 40-foot-long living/dining room boasts 11 oversized arched windows facing south and east overlooking lower Manhattan and a gas burning French limestone fireplace.
An open chef’s kitchen is outfitted with custom Corian cabinetry, 2-inch-thick Imperial Damby marble countertops and an imported French volcanic lava stone island that includes an overhang for barstool seating, with French limestone floors. The kitchen also has a La Cornue Chateau 120 dual fuel range, 2 SubZero refrigerator drawers, and an oversized farmhouse Shaw’s Original porcelain sink. A glass-doored subzero refrigerator, two freezer drawers, a Miele oven, two Miele dishwashers, and stainless-steel countertops and cabinets are the definitive kitchen components.
The first floor feaures all bedrooms and the primary bath that includes an oversized Starphire glass-enclosed shower, Waterworks Candide cast iron soaking tub, Starphire glass enclosed water closet plus bidet, heated towel rack and ample storage. Windows in the primary bath face west and east. The primary bath is wrapped in silver travertine including walls, floors, and vanity top and includes an oversized Starphire glass-enclosed shower, Waterworks Candide cast iron soaking tub, Starphire glass enclosed water closet plus bidet, heated towel rack and ample storage. A fourth bedroom/personal gym/or home office is located next to the primary bedroom, and two very gracious custom-designed walk-in closets are positioned directly outside the primary bedroom.
On the second floor, there is an oversized media room with a wall of floor-to-ceiling atrium windows.
Designed by David Kelly of Rees-Roberts, the terrace includes four pleached Hornbeam trees that are a landmark in Northern Tribeca and custom planters by Pennoyer Newman.