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    An Exceptional 10-room Penthouse with a Backyard in Tribeca

    This lovely penthouse is located in Tribeca, a neighborhood in Lower Manhattan, New York. The interior is elegant and airy, with large windows and an abundance of natural light. This exceptional 10-room penthouse is a rare oasis for outdoor lovers, showcasing 4,316 sq. ft. of triple mint interior space and an amazing 3,037 sq. ft. of private outdoor space. Admire the sunset over the Hudson River from the giant wrap terrace off the living room, ideal for large-scale entertaining. Fully renovated with the finest finishes, the residence features grand scale rooms including five bedrooms, soaring 206 ceilings in the informal dining room, a master bedroom suite with an attached 26? x 24? sun-filled terrace, panoramic floor-to-ceiling windows, four exposures and custom built-in storage throughout. The elevator opens onto a private entry foyer with ultra-modern blue lacquered walls and Concordia stone floors. Step through the doors into a gorgeous living room with all the grandeur of a true Tribeca loft. All the details have been attended to, including a wood-burning fireplace with Nublado marble mantle and black granite hearth, built-in bar and wood storage with marble detailing, and stunning custom walnut-paneled walls. Windowed French doors lead to the focal point of the residence, a magnificent terrace with south and west exposures and direct views of the Hudson River. Your expansive private playground has been professionally landscaped with planters, lighting, audio, irrigation systems and a Viking grill. It is currently for sale for $14,000,000.









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    The astro turf is so tacky. This place needs more classic touches and less suburban chic.
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    that's real grass. probably color touched up for the pics.
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    the tile in the bathroom looks like what's in a school bathroom.

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    Incredible space. I love both their blue sofas too. Their dining table and chairs need work, as do some of their furnishings. Their outdoor furniture sucks balls. But overall I like this.
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    If the buyer has 14 million I assume the can redo some of this. I'd like to see that incredible outdoor space remade and the interior minus the stuff.
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