The TriBeCa townhouse, the home of the race car-driving ex-banker Alan Wilzig, who was known for inspiring a minor character in the movie The Wolf of Wall Street, has just hit the market for $10 million after being repriced and restaged. Located at 7 Hubert Street, TH3H, the home is listed with Oren Alexander, Tal Alexander and Jared Schwadron of Douglas Elliman.
Spanning over 6,500 square feet, the four-bedroom, three-full bath, three half-bath townhouse offers full access to the condo building’s concierge services, a full-time doorman, a gym, children’s playroom and other community spaces as well as bike and additional storage.
The residence’s living room features triple French doors that open into the 800 sq. ft. garden, outfitted with a grill and hot tub. Overlooking this space, the dining area and kitchen are outfitted with top-of-the-line alliances and everything needed for entertaining.
The roof deck provides 2,200 sq. ft. of space that is ideal for sunbathing, socializing and family activities.
Located upstairs, the three bedrooms all boast en-suite full baths and closet space. The master bedroom features a customized dressing room.
The lower level features a home theater, office space and two multipurpose spaces as well as storage and a sauna. A ground-floor bedroom could be transformed into a study.
7 Hubert Street TH3 is located in the heart of TriBeCa, one of New York’s trendy neighborhood in downtown Manhattan near the World Trade Center. One of the city’s most desirable areas, it features the best schools, waterfront access, airy loft residents, chic boutiques, and abundance of fine restaurants, a peaceful atmosphere and almost negligible crime levels.